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Non-secure access to
the Pantheon for file transfers to be replaced by secure
process on February 6, 2001
Simple and secure FTP software alternatives are available for Windows, Macintosh, and Unix users. For complete details, see www.yale.edu/ftp.
To avoid inconvenience after February 6, 2001, Academic Media & Technology encourages users to begin using a secure file transfer program immediately.
For assistance, contact your local support provider:
ITS telecommunications upgraded to new system
The Central Campus Telephone System was successfully upgraded as of Dec. 29, 2000. The upgrade replaced "dialtone" for all faculty and administrative telephones on Central Campus and Science Hill. If problems occur, contact the Telecommunications Office immediately at 432-4700.
The new system will enhance the reliability of the Yale telephone network, as well as provide a necessary transition towards communications-based applications. For example,
ITS to test-run wireless computer access in general student areas in Spring 2001
Early in the spring term of 2001, ITS' Data Networking Operations (DNO) will institute the first wireless network on campus for general use.
Funded by a donation from two Yale alumni, Norman Selby, TD '74, and Melissa Vail, MC '74, the project will increase student access to state-of-the art technology. The network will be available to the Yale community in general student spaces; at first in the common areas of Berkeley and Calhoun colleges, at CCL and Machine City, and in two academic areas, Computer Science and Engineering.
Provost announces Philip Long as new Director of Information Technology Services
Director of the Center for Media Initiatives appointed