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Wireless Devices and Services

Purpose The purpose of this document is to establish University policy and procedures for the procurement, possession, and use of wireless telecommunication devices and services. Wireless telecommunication devices include, but are not limited to, cellular telephones, two-way radios, smart phones, cellular modems and pagers (wireless device). This document provides guidelines to ensure that the use…

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Mass Email Policy: Updated January 2014

PURPOSE  Saint Joseph’s University recognizes that email is an efficient and cost-effective means for individuals and campus groups to reach large internal audiences. At the same time, members of the University community have expressed an aversion to unsolicited, mass-distributed internal email. Additional feedback further suggests that the overuse of such email adversely impacts the University’s…

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Policy Governing the Use of Computing and Network Resources

Mission Statement To support the missions of teaching, research, and public service, Saint Joseph’s University provides access to computing and information resources for students, faculty, and staff, within institutional priorities and financial capabilities. General Requirements All members of the University community who use the University’s computing and information resources must do so responsibly. Every user…

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TSC Laptop Program Support and Policies

Saint Joseph’s University is proud to offer our students a fully functional Technology Service Center (TSC) where they can bring their laptops for diagnoses and repair. The TSC also offers students information on everything from running virus scans to connecting your video game consoles to our network. The TSC is located in the Science Center, Room…

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Heartbleed Bug Update

You may have seen recent news about the Heartbleed bug that can access your passwords and personal information on websites that use OpenSSL.  The Office of Information Technology wanted to make you aware of security that we have in place in order to protect your information.  Upon learning of the vulnerability, our systems were immediately…

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End of support for Windows XP

Microsoft has determined that support for its Windows XP operating system will end on April 8, 2014.  This means that there will no longer be security updates or technical support for computers running Windows XP. This also means that the TSC will not be able to provide support for Windows XP computers in our BYOD…

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The Nest has Arrived!

The Nest has arrived! The Office of Information Technology would like to add to the excitement around campus (Go A10 Champs!) and debut our new university portal, The Nest!  As of this morning, The Nest is officially available at https://nest.sju.edu.  We’ve worked hard to deliver students, faculty, and staff, an easier, more modern, and personalized…

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IT is CAS-ifying Zimbra!

Next Wednesday, March 12th, the Office of Information Technology will implement a change to the way Zimbra authenticates users which will require a change to the Zimbra login page (zmail.sju.edu).   With the change, Zimbra will use a single sign-on authentication method called Central Authentication Service (CAS) that unifies the login process of many SJU applications…

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