Sept./Oct. 2001
Volume 2, Number 1

 

 

 

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Personal Message from the ITS Director

Please visit the 'ITS Cares' web site with news and volunteer information in respect of the tragedy of September 11, 2001.

New and Upgraded Services

Online facebook program extended to all colleges this Fall
Online registration pilot a resounding success

START - one-stop online site to request access to IT applications
Liberty System - new online access to monthly billing details for ITS services
  • New ITS Expenditure Types/Object Codes announced

Email and related servers upgraded for greater security and robustness
Rates for 2001-2002

Announcements, Tips & Courtesies

    ITS celebrates the Tercentennial !!!
    Email courtesies
    Security - change your password, update free Norton antivirus software

Inside ITS

RIS - Reprographic & Imaging Services

  • Graphic design and web development
  • Document preparation - - printing, scanning, binding, course packets
  • Complete mailing services
  • Online stores - merchandise studio, image mart
  • Technology & Business Center - product showroom, new technologies & seminars

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A message from Philip Long, Director of ITS and CIO...
(original text sent to ITS Staff on 9/12)

The tragedy of Tuesday, September 11, 2001, has touched us all very personally for many in the Yale Community, and all of us in ways powerful and subtle which we will only discover over some time to come.

We have no control over the perpetration of this act, but we do have control over our response to it, as a nation, at Yale and within our communities. At this time, it is not only acceptable, it is important for each of us to pause periodically during our time at work - in brief honor to the many victims, to reflect on our own feelings, or to continue talking with each other.

Collectively, we are each other's community in the work setting. Please draw on your colleagues and assist them as we all cope with events that will continue to unfold over the next several weeks and longer.

I would like to thank the many ITS staff already asked to do emergency work supporting Yale's response to these events and to so many of you across the Yale campus who have volunteered to help in any way possible.

All of us are looking for ways to help, so please visit the 'ITS Cares' web site and the special Yale Community information web site for details.

 

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