|Campus Computing News
Leatherbury, Senior Director of Academic
Computing Services, continues to provide updates
on campus computing. This month's news concerns
software upgrades on many of our dialup ports to
support the recently-ratified V.90 standard for
modems, additional Denton Premium Access lines,
and software packages that purport to check other
software packages for Year 2000 compliance.
|Making Your GroupWise Mail Immortal
If you don't
take steps to prevent it, each of your GroupWise
mail messages will be deleted when it is 180 days
old. This article instructs you on ways to ensure
that your messages live on, long after their
targeted day of expiration.
|Campus Network Servers Standardized
The Campus Wide
Networks Computing Team within the Computing
Center will now handle the sales and service of
network servers, as well as the installation and
support of their operating systems. In
conjunction with that is the standardization on a
single, industry leading make and model of
server. Read this article for complete details.
|Brown Bag Series for Distributed
The Center for Distributed Learning has
organized a special interest group for faculty
which meets the first Thursday of each month.
Read this page also, to find out about the
satellite-linked conference entitled
"Creating Tomorrow's Learner-Centered
Environments -- Today!" that Housing and
Residence Life is hosting.
|Don't Change That Date!
As January 1,
2000 creeps closer, you will see more and more
articles addressing the possible computer
problems associated with that magic number. The
more you hear and the more strident the warnings,
the more you may be tempted to just set your
computer's date to 12/31/1999 and the time to
11:59 p.m. and see what will happen. Read this
article to find out why that probably isn't a
|Bits and Bytes
once in awhile we have things that we would like
to pass on to you that don't really warrant a
separate article. Read this to find out what the
Computing Center is doing for Parent's weekend,
where to see an IMac, where to get statistics for
your Web site, and where to find more new or
improved UNT Web pages.
|SAS Software Available at UNT
article provides you with an update on all the
statistical software supported by ACS' Research
and Statistical Support Office as well as the new
licensing agreement with SAS Institute for home
distribution of their software.