Technology and computers

Business and Finance Information Technology (BFIT) provides Tier 1 and Tier 2 technology services and support for the Business and Finance departments at the Tempe, Downtown Phoenix, Polytechnic and West campuses. BFIT also provides support for the University Audit and Auxiliary Services (UAAS) department at the Tempe campus. Our mission is to provide prompt, courteous and effective customer service and technology attention to meet the needs of the departments we serve. For general university technology information, please visit the University Technology Office website.

To preserve a safe computing environment, all departments under the BFIT service umbrella must follow these policies and procedures:

Computer use policies and procedures

Policies

日本一本道a不卡免费Only BFIT staff members are authorized to install computer hardware and software, establish a standard password for all administrator accounts and move computers and related equipment, including sending such items to salvage.

Remote connections into BFIT computers has been disabled for security reasons and is part of BFIT policy.

Copying, downloading or storing any unauthorized data on any Administration, Business and Finance or General Counsel computer is strictly prohibited. This includes network servers as well as local workstations. Such data includes but is not limited to the following:

  • Any copyrighted material for which the department does not hold a license

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  • Any materials that depict nudity or that are otherwise sexually explicit, unless authorized

BFIT will remove all software for which a department does not hold a valid, current license. BFIT supports the following software:

  • Cisco AnyConnect VPN client
  • Google Chrome, Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox
  • Microsoft Forefront Endpoint Antivirus and Windows Defender
  • Office Suite: Microsoft Office 2016 or higher
  • Operating System: Windows 7 or higher
  • Any other ASU-specific applications or BFIT-approved applications

Unauthorized programs will be removed immediately, and an employee’s supervisor will be notified.
日本一本道a不卡免费Such software includes but is not limited to the following:

  • Any third-party screensavers
  • Google, Yahoo, eBay or any other installed toolbars
  • Music-sharing applications such as BitTorrent
  • Software downloaded from the Internet. Exceptions occur when it is specifically required to perform one’s job duties, is approved by the employee’s supervisor and BFIT has performed the installation.

In addition to these policies, all employees are bound to the proper and ethical usage of university property, as outlined in SPP 801: Staff Conduct and Work Rules, and must adhere to the Campus Computer Usage policy日本一本道a不卡免费. The also applies.

Procedures

日本一本道a不卡免费All work-related data should be stored in a network location, because all data on BFIT servers is backed up and secure.

日本一本道a不卡免费Note: Any information kept on local machines is not backed up and is not secure, which means valuable data may be permanently lost if a local machine fails.

BFIT sets the computer purchasing standards for Business & Finance departments. These standards apply to the following types of equipment:

  • Computers

  • Monitors

  • Printers

  • Smartphones and tablets

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Courtesy affiliate computer access

When a new employee is hired, follow the New User Setup procedure to gain access to computer resources for that employee.

Note: When an employee leaves the department, contact BFIT immediately to begin termination of that employee’s computer access.

ASU Business and Finance and UAAS employees need access to various computer systems, networks and resources. Here's how a supervisor can get new staff members the computer resources they need.

Courtesy Affiliates

日本一本道a不卡免费This category is for anyone who does not receive an ASU paycheck, such as affiliates from temporary work agencies and consultants.

STEP 1: Gain access to required services in order for the courtesy affiliate to log on.

To acquire a courtesy affiliate, log into the with your ASURITE ID. In the Accounts and Access section, select Courtesy Affiliate Request – Add or Renew. Fill out all pertinent information regarding the applicant and select Order Now at the top-right side of the screen to submit the request to the Computer Accounts Office. Once received, Computer Accounts will process this form and notify the person who is sponsoring the affiliate when it is done. This process usually takes about one business day.

Note: You cannot proceed to Step 2 until you receive notification that the above request has been processed and the new employee has received his or her ASURITE ID.
 
STEP 2: Contact BFIT to gain access to Business and Finance network resources.

  1.  to submit the new user’s information using the New user access form.

  2. 日本一本道a不卡免费Once BFIT receives this information, a staff member will grant the network access and contact the supervisor to schedule a 30-minute meeting to set up the new user’s profile and explain the Administration and Finance systems and policies. The new user must attend this meeting.

Employee computer access

日本一本道a不卡免费When a new employee is hired, follow the new user setup procedure to gain access to computer resources for that employee.

Note: When an employee leaves the department, contact BFIT immediately to begin termination of that employee’s computer access.

日本一本道a不卡免费ASU Business and Finance and UAAS employees need access to various computer systems, networks and resources. Here's how a supervisor can get new staff members the computer resources they need.

Regular Staff

This category includes long-term temporary employees paid by ASU.

STEP 1: Get an ASURITE ID for your new employee.

  1. If the new employee’s hire has been fully processed in PeopleSoft, the employee can self-subscribe to the ASURITE system during orientation. If not, the employee cannot self-subscribe during orientation. Visit the ASURITE Activation portal and walk the employee through the self-subscription process the day after the hire has become effective in PeopleSoft.

  2. During the self-subscribe process, the new user will have to indicate the services he or she needs. A new employee should subscribe to ASU Active Directory, ASU Main Campus Exchange and ASURITE Windows Domain.

Note: To proceed further, the new employee must have an ASURITE ID.

STEP 2: Request access to UTO (non-Administration and Finance) systems (mainframe, data warehouse).

  1. If the new employee needs access to any enterprise systems or to MyReports/Data Warehouse, complete and submit the corresponding form日本一本道a不卡免费. Most Administration and Finance departments will skip Section 2 of the form.

  2. The forms only need to be submitted before moving on to Step 3. Waiting for a response concerning them is not required. Requests made in Step 2 take several days, sometimes as long as two weeks, to be processed.

Check the status of submitted requests.

STEP 3: Contact BFIT to gain access to Administration and Finance network resources.

  1. Submit the new user's information by phone or create a .

  2. A BFIT staff member will grant the network access and contact the supervisor to schedule a 30-minute meeting to set up the new employee’s profile and explain the Administration and Finance systems and policies. The new employee must attend this meeting.

Student Employee computer access

日本一本道a不卡免费When a new employee is hired, follow the New User Setup procedure to gain access to computer resources for that employee.

Note: When an employee leaves the department, contact BFIT immediately to begin termination of that employee’s computer access.

ASU Business and Finance and UAAS employees need access to various computer systems, networks and resources. Here's how a supervisor can get new staff members the computer resources they need.

Student Employees

STEP 1: Verify that the student has an ASURITE ID.

You cannot proceed on to Steps 2 or 3 until the new employee has an ASURITE ID. Most students should already have an ASURITE ID, which is required for access to the various systems.

STEP 2: Gain access to the required services for student to log on.

Unlike regular staff, students cannot self-subscribe to ASU Active Directory, ASURITE Windows Domain, or Cisco AnyConnect VPN. These services must be requested from UTO before the student can be added to any BFIT network resources.

Choose one of these options to get group membership:

  1. 日本一本道a不卡免费Submit the new user's information by phone or create a . BFIT can work with UTO to get the student employee in the requisite groups. If the student employee does not have an Affiliate, the department will have to proceed via option B.

  2. Log into the . In the Accounts and Access section, select Computer Account Request – Add Services to Existing Account日本一本道a不卡免费. Fill in all the pertinent information for the student and make sure you choose these options as well:

    • 日本一本道a不卡免费ASURITE-NT Domain (ASURITE Windows Domain)

    • Exchange Email (*Outlook requires ASURITE-NT Domain access)

日本一本道a不卡免费Fill out the remainder of the fields. The best dates to use for the expiration are either June 30 or Dec. 31 of the current year, depending on the department’s needs or anticipation of the student’s length of employment.

Once the form is completed and submitted, UTO will send an email to the supervisor asking for approval. UTO will process the request and notify the supervisor via email. The supervisor must submit a ticket with the BFIT Help Desk日本一本道a不卡免费 with the student’s name, ASURITE ID and the name of a person after whom BFIT can model his or her access.

STEP 3: Schedule profile setup.

It typically takes one business day to process the requests from Step 2. Once BFIT receives the information, A BFIT staff member will grant the network access and contact the supervisor to schedule a 20-minute meeting to set up the new student’s profile and explain the Administration and Finance systems and policies. The new student must attend this meeting.

Contact

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480-965-5605