|Campus Computing News
Leatherbury discusses the Campus-wide Oracle
database license and the Microsoft Campus
Agreement this month. The new Helpdesk hours are
also highlighted on this page.
|Secure Communications to be Required
for ACS UNIX Hosts
As of September 1, 2001, access via
telnet and ftp to the ACS UNIX hosts sol, jove,
and terra will no longer be possible. After
September 1, you must use an SSH-compatible
client for access. Click on the title for more
|BulkMail gets an Update
is continuing on the Student Bulk E-mail system
to enhance its functionality and security. Read
all about it ...
|Mac OS X is Here!
Computer recently began shipping copies of Mac OS
X. Dr. Philip Baczewski shares his impressions
and experience with this
"revolutionary" operating system in
|PostgreSQL -- What is it?
PostgreSQL client/server database is the most
advanced open-source database available today.
Read this article and find out why.
Click on the title above for an
information age laugh.
|Don't forget to
check out our monthly columns. This month's
for Rainy days: Backing up files on tapes
for mainframe users" On July 12,
2001, the MVS batch system will undergo a
system upgrade that may last up to 2
days. If you are a mainframe user who
submits job to the MVS batch system on a
regular basis, this article provides ways
to back up your files on tape cartridges.
SAS Corner -- "SAS
Speaks XML" What does the
development of the Web's latest language
have to do with SAS programming? Read
this article and find out.
Connection -- "A
modest proposal" Baczewski does
Swift with an information age twist.
List of the
Month -- "ECOPLEX"
Last month the "List
of the Month" was Pollen.com.
Continuing on that theme, this month's
"list" comes from right here at
-- "Exciting New Features in
ColdFusion 5" We are living in an
exciting time when technology is changing
our lives. To keep up with this pace, we
are given more and more products that dub
themselves Rapid Application Development.
Few actually achieve this status. Then
there's ColdFusion 5 . . .
Courses -- Spring
Academic Computing Services (ACS) short
courses are in full swing for the summer!
IRC News --
Minutes of the Information Resources
Council are printed here when they are
Activities -- New
employees, employees that have resigned,
employee recognitions, performances, and
other staff changes are included in this