Incoming students can find useful and important information about Princeton technology resources on new websites. Students in the Class of 2012 should see the pages at: www.princeton.edu/tigers12/infotech. New graduate students should see www.princeton.edu/newgradstudents/infotech. The sites will be updated throughout the summer as new information becomes available. Students should look for information about the mailing of Princeton netIDs, the opening of the online computer sto
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The OIT Help Desk is available to answer questions and diagnose problems whenever they occur, 24 hours 7 days a week. Please take advantage of our expanded service and contact the Help Desk at any time, day or night: call 258-4357 (8-HELP); e-mail email@example.com, or chat online at www.princeton.edu/oit.
A suite of tools is available to help graduating students pack their IT property (such as e-mail messages, H: drive files, and Blog entries) and remove their computers from the Princeton domain. For details, see www.princeton.edu/suitcase.
Incoming students and their parents can find useful and important information about Princeton on the Class of 2012 Web site at: www.princeton.edu/tigers12.The Class of 2012 site is scheduled to be updated throughout the summer as new information becomes available. It features items such as advice from Princeton's president and student guides to campus life. Look to the Technology support section for OIT specific suggestions regarding buying a computer, what to do before
OIT is pleased to announce that all faculty, staff, and student central fileserver (H: drive) quota has increased to 1GB as of May 5, 2008. This quota upgrade quadruples the storage space available for your files. If you have been paying for additional H: drive quota and you need no more than 1GB, you will no longer be billed. Combined with a similar e-mail quota upgrade in February, this increase should significantly expand access to fully backed-up central storage for your messages and
PeopleSoft Human Resources and Student Records applications will have a new look, new features, and improved ease of use, following a year-long 2007-08 upgrade project. These changes, effective August 2008, will affect: All employees who use Human Resources Self Service to enroll in benefits change personal information update emergency contacts Faculty and administrative users of Campus Community Human Reso