News and Events
- July 2014: Beginning in July, the IDSC will be shifting focus to supporting the most in-demand services and eliminating support for those that are less often requested, in order to provide the best experience for the majority of its users. For more information about these changes, read IDSC Service Changes Starting July 1st.
- A worldwide Internet vulnerability known as the Heartbleed bug was recently discovered and has major implications for all Internet users. The bug is a flaw that affects nearly 60% of all encrypted Internet traffic. Every member of the PSU community will need to change their Odin password in order to ensure that their information remains secure. For more details, read Security Vulnerability: The Heartbleed Bug.
- The Neuberger general access computer lab (formerly located in NH 96, in the basement) is now located on the fourth floor of Neuberger in NH 461/465. Read more about this change here.
The Office of Information Technology supports Portland State University's technology needs with a robust campus infrastructure that includes networks, telecommunications, servers and data storage, email and web services, and labs and classroom technologies. » Our Leadership
The PSU Office of Information Technology consists of eight areas: