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Keeping you connected

Keeping you connected

Information Technology supports the Iona College community by providing support and services in computing, communications, information and wireless network services to students, faculty and staff.

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IT: Keeping you connected

Information Technology supports the Iona College community by providing support and services in computing, communications, information and wireless network services to students, faculty and staff. We keep you connected so that you can move the modern world.

The Libraries and Computer labs will be open to members of the Iona community and guests on Admissions tours. Computers and printing will NOT be available in the libraries and other spaces on campus at this point in time. Students will need to submit the assignments online.

Students should bring their own laptops to classes every day. Windows-based laptops are preferred because the majority of the software used on campus is Windows-based. Students who do not have Windows based laptops can bring their own keyboards to use with campus computers.

The current CDC guidelines advise to avoid sharing electronic devices, books pens, and other learning aids. Students with a financial hardship or other technology concern should contact helpdesk@iona.edu to discuss alternative solutions. A limited number of classes may need to use campus computers for specialty software and cleaning protocols will be put in place.

Microsoft Office

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Phishing and Identity Theft

Phishing is an attempt to send out a false email in order to get personal information such as credit card numbers, passwords, social security and/or bank account numbers. Be suspicious of an email that asks for personal information.

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