The services we provide to our users
Reset CS password
Read Emails online
Access CS Wireless
Email Quarantine System
The Systems Group
We keep CS department IT resouces run at optimal state; We provide helpdesk service to all our users; We provide IT support for department teaching, research, and administrative functions.
We are a group of professionals with specialized skills and combined 30+ years of IT experiences.
We are here to help you with IT resources related issues. We will not be able to help you on your class assignments or to fix your personal computers.
We welcome any suggestions that will improve our services.
Most of Microsoft
Wired and wireless; Firewall; IPS
Database, Virtual Machine, Cluster
News and Announcement
Computer Science was granted over $85k Technology Fee to improve its classrooms audio and video systems, to upgrade Grad Lab computers, to replace a gigabit network device to 10-gigabit, and to build a private cloud file service to students.
A large size whiteboard was installed in the lab. A nice new paper and supply storage console replaced the old metal cabinet. A new scanner with top feeder was installed in the lab.
University granted over $37k fund to replace Computer Science’s old Locknetics card swipe locks in Love Building. The new locks are wifi controlled and centrally managed by FSU PD. There will be no more manual in person lock updates.
Ten new computers and seventeen new 24″ LCD monitors were added to the Majors Lab. All computers in the Majors Lab are now new with Windows 10 and Linux Mint 17 dual boot.
Computer Science was awarded $100k fund by the University Tech Fee Committee to upgrade its computer and network infrastructure.
University granted over $97k fund to renovate Computer Science office suites MCH101 to 106. The project includes install new carpets, repair and repaint walls and doors, repair water intrusion.
Ten new Cisco AIR-AP2802I wireless access points were installed in labs and office spaces. The new APs provide better CSWLAN coverage and wireless speed.
Secure Shell Client 3.2 from ssh.com is no longer supported by CS servers. CS users should upgrade their SSH client to Tectia. Please check the news to the right for details.
The latest code 8.3 has been installed on CSWLAN wireless controller and access points. The code addresses KRACK attack. EAPOL-Key Max Retries also disabled to protect unpatched wireless clients.
Computer Science spent $30k on new SSH Secure Shell Client program, Tectia. All CS users can download it for free. Please visit “SSH How To” page for details.