NSIT Solution Center

The NSIT Solution Center
(replacing the Campus Computer Stores this fall).
 
Join us this Thursday, August 30 @ 2pm (rooms 313/314 at 1155 E. 60th street) to hear about the new NSIT Solution Center, which will be unveiled at the beginning of the fall quarter.
 
We’ll have the experts on hand to show you what it looks like, what’s different, and all the new services that it will facilitate.

University and Hospital Data Merge

Join us Friday, August 8 @ 2pm (rooms 313/314 at 1155 E. 60th Street) to learn more about the merge process and what this will mean to services that authenticate using LDAP.

Calendaring

<p>&nbsp;</p><div>Join us Tuesday, July 10 @ 2pm (rooms 313/314 at 1155 E. 60th street) to see a demonstration of the new Microsoft Exchange calendaring system deploying this August.</div><div>&nbsp;</div><div>We'll have experts on hand to show you what it looks like and what it can do. You’ll also get to see a head-to-head comparison with the current Oracle calendar. Get the skinny on this important service transition.</div>< /p>

Synita Booker Presents: Webshare

Psssst! — Have you heard the latest? Get IT Together brings you the Scoop on IT developments on campus! This edition — Webshare. You may know what it is, but do you know what it can do?

Join us Wednesday, May 28 @ 2pm (rooms 313/314 at 1155 E. 60th Street) to learn more about Webshare's exciting features.

Astrid Fingerhut Presents: Better Account Closures

Join us Tuesday, May 6 @ 2pm (rooms 313/314 at 1155 E. 60th Street) to learn more about the changes to account closures and what this will mean for account holders and for services that authenticate using LDAP.

Host Registration Requirements

 

Soon all computers on the University of Chicago network will need to register their IP addresses on an annual basis (to comply with audit requirements for network access control). Join us on February 13 from 2-3:30 pm to find out about the forthcoming re-registration process, how we’re trying to make it easier for you (hint: DHCP), and share your thoughts on what more we could do to help.

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