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Support for Computing in Academic Departments (SCAD) and Departmental Computing Support (DCS) are special support programs that provide departments a higher level of individualized advocacy and attention. SCAD and DCS members work within Academic and Administrative departments but receive training and assistance from OIT.
The Secure File Transfer Protocol (SFTP) is available on all public Linux/Unix servers (hats, arizona, sixtyfour, lxiv, tombstone) and can be used to transmit files securely both to and from these systems from both on and off campus.
We processed security requests from the offices of HR, Payroll, Benefits, Registrar, Graduate School, Admission for the access to the PeopelSoft HCM/CS.
A SharePoint infrastructure will permit customers to request a collaborative workspace, to attend training on how to manage collaborative workspaces, and to request assistance from an OIT support group.
The Broadcast Center can simulcast University events from designated classrooms to any classroom using an active Tigernet cable connection. Such events can also be simulcast to the town on Comcast Ch. 27 and Verizon FIOS Ch. 21. Events can be broadcast live and/or archived.
Series featuring speakers whose work in the arts has a technological component.
OIT creates and maintains several software images for the standard University desktop PC environments. These images contain software packages that have been approved for departmentally owned machines.
OIT provides software field support to University departments. Assistance is provided in person or via remote desktop/remote help sessions. Full support is available for Windows and Macintosh machines. Basic support is available for Linux machines. If the troubleshooting indicates hardware failure the work ticket will be transferred to OIT Hardware Support for further assistance.
OIT streams live events, lectures, special events, and sports. The WebMedia archive provides access to an impressive array of video lectures and podcasts (audio).
Student Employment Job System – This system provides the following functions:
Serves as a web-based meeting place for Princeton students and employers (both on-campus and off-campus).
Allows employers to post jobs, view applications, and hire students.
Allows students to search job postings and apply for jobs.
Assists the Student Employment Office by facilitating the job approval process and providing reporting.
OIT provides printer stations in the computing clusters as well as in various dormitory sites throughout the campus. Students can use these printers to print from cluster computers as well as from their own personal computers.
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