By Claudia Lynch,
Benchmarks Online Editor
In addition to our feature
articles, Benchmarks Online publishes monthly columns that are
focused on specific aspects of computing here at UNT (and beyond, in
some cases). Check out what is waiting for you this month:
By the Numbers - Not
really a column, rather a
feature, giving you a glimpse behind the scenes of the volumes
of data, spam, etc. processed, managed, and otherwise handled
here at UNT.
- "The Network Connection" may well be the longest running
column in computer publishing history. Certainly in University
of North Texas computer
This month, Dr. Baczewski's column is
entitled "No Longer Anonymous." Click on the Network Connection
link and find out if you should be worried.
Helpdesk FYI -
A new monthly feature from the CITC Helpdesk. Each month they
will tackle a topic that has been of particular interest to
callers/visitors to the Helpdesk.
This month Jonathan "Mac" Edwards, continues the EagleConnect
conversation with "Configuring your Mail client to
check EagleConnect." Click on the link above
for more information.
Every semester, Academic Computing Services (ACS)
offers short courses on computer-related topics, many of them
having to do with statistical research. This column keeps you
up-to-date on what is being offered and when as well as other
Short courses are over for this semester, but will be back
Need some research/statistical training? Special classes
can always be arranged with the RSS staff, and they are
always available for consultation. Click on the Short Courses link above for information
about classes likely to be offered next semester and/or
other training resources.
News - As their
Webpage says, "the IRC
is an advisory and oversight body created to foster
communication and cooperation between and among UNT
information resources providers and users." We publish the
minutes of the IRC meetings each month, when they are
available. The Tuesday, January 20, 2009 minutes were
published this month.
Activities - This column focuses on new
employees, people who are no longer employed at the Computing
and Information Technology Center, awards and recognitions and
other items of interest are featured here.
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