USC faculty, students, and staff may sign up to receive text notifications of major service issues on their mobile devices. Please note that you will need to log in with your @usc.edu email address and password to access the sign-up form.
Security researchers have identified hardware vulnerabilities that affect most computer processor chips, including those made by Intel, AMD, and ARM. Read the ITS Security blog for tips on minimizing your risk from these vulnerabilities.
Equifax—one of the three major consumer credit reporting agencies in the United States—has reported a major security breach. Read the full story for tips on minimizing your risk from this breach.
If you have borrowed a laptop from one of the USC Computing Centers, you may now renew your loan period for an additional 4 hours by visiting web-app.usc.edu/laptop/renew. For additional information on the student laptop loan program in the USC Computing Centers, please see itservices.usc.edu/spaces/laptoploaner.
ITS has recently been informed that there is a bug in the JMP Pro 12.0.1 statistical software that can potentially cause calculation errors in JMP results. The bug has been corrected in version JMP Pro 12.1.