January, 2008

Vol. 6, No.2


UNH CIS Signals
Welcome to Signals

Lifecycle of a Computer at UNH

Martin England

Lifecycle of a Computer at UNHThe old one's-trash-is-another's-treasure philosophy rings true, especially when it comes to computers and technology. While many members of the University community need the latest technologies in order to perform work at the highest level, it's not always obvious what to do with old computers after moving over to the new.  » more...

New Kingsbury Cluster Built for Collaboration

David Blezard and Martin England

KingsburyThe new Kingsbury N130 Cluster merges all of the previous Student Computing Clusters in Kingsbury Hall into one facility. The new space in Kingsbury was specifically designed with group work and collaboration in mind.  » more...


Is it Me? Or is There Something I Should Know?

Diane Byron and Martin England

StatusThe next time you are trying to access a UNH computer resource and find yourself wondering, "Is it me, or is there a problem?" check out the CIS Service Status on the CIS home page. » more...

Phone Calls Not Reaching You?

Jason Boucher

Red PhoneThe University of New Hampshire provides 24/7 on-campus directory assistance through an automated voice response (AVR) system.  » more...


CIS to Update ePO Subscribers to McAfee 8.5i

Kirk Francis

McAfeeIn January 2008, CIS will automatically update ePolicy Orchestrator (ePO) subscribers from McAfee VirusScan Enterprise 8.0i to McAfee VirusScan Enterprise 8.5i. » more...

Older Cellular Phone? Read on.

CIS Staff

Old CellphoneOn February 18, 2008, service for older, analog-only cellular phones may be affected. As of this date, cellular phone companies are no longer required to provide analog cellular service.  » more...

CIS Reminder: Webmail Emergency System

Martin England

Webmail Emergency SystemIn collaboration with KSC, PSU, GSC, and UNHM, UNH has developed a Webmail Emergency System (WES) that will temporarily replace the CIS UNIX and/or CIS Microsoft Exchange E-mail systems that serve UNH, GSC, and UNHM in case of an extended service disruption» more...

CIS UNIX Clients to Enjoy Larger Quota in 2008

CIS Staff

CIS UNIXCIS will be moving home directories for CIS UNIX clients to new hardware over the next few months. One of the benefits of this migration is that quotas will be increased from the current 100Mb to 250Mb.  » more...

Word 2007 - Things to Know

Martin England

Word 2007Have you recently upgraded to Microsoft's Word 2007? Review these tips to learn where to find the Insert Key, how to create bookmarks, and managing Track Changes.  » more...


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