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New Cloud File Storage: Welcome to Your New “Home”!

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Microsoft’s OneDrive file storage system has just been turned on for all staff, faculty, and students on the Middlebury campus and at MIIS.  Now that our e-mail has successfully moved to the cloud, we turn next to Middfiles “home” folders.  Don’t panic!  You’re not in this alone — we’re here to help.  To take advantage […]

Free Microsoft Office for Home Computers

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ITS is pleased to announce that we are now licensed to provide currently employed faculty and staff with Microsoft Office, free of charge, for use on home computers.   We have a new portal page where you can login and download Microsoft Office. For more information and links to the MS Office download sites, visit  http://go.middlebury.edu/getoffice. […]

Windows 10: What’s Happening?

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With Microsoft offering free Windows 10 upgrades to current owners of Windows 7 and 8, Information Technology Services (ITS) has received questions about this new operating system and our plans for the future.  ITS currently recommends that individuals do not install Windows 10 if they are prompted to do so on a college-owned machine.  Until […]

Bombay Print Server Retires Monday, August 3

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Middlebury College is retiring the Bombay print server on August 3, 2015, as it is incompatible with our current 64-bit operating systems.  Bombay has been replaced by a new print server named Walnut that has all of the same print queues on it. ITS has worked with the majority of people who were connecting to […]

Bombay Print Server Retires Monday, August 3

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Middlebury College is retiring the Bombay print server on August 3, 2015, as it is incompatible with our current 64-bit operating systems.  Bombay has been replaced by a new print server named Walnut that has all of the same print queues on it. ITS has worked with the majority of people who were connecting to […]

Bombay Print Server Retires Monday, August 3

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Middlebury College is retiring the Bombay print server on August 3, 2015, as it is incompatible with our current 64-bit operating systems.  Bombay has been replaced by a new print server named Walnut that has all of the same print queues on it. ITS has worked with the majority of people who were connecting to […]

Bombay Print Server Retires Monday, August 3

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Middlebury College is retiring the Bombay print server on August 3, 2015, as it is incompatible with our current 64-bit operating systems.  Bombay has been replaced by a new print server named Walnut that has all of the same print queues on it. ITS has worked with the majority of people who were connecting to […]

Got Guests? Wireless Info to Share with Campus Visitors

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If you are asked to help a campus visitor who would like to use our wireless network, don’t panic!  Read on to learn how you can save the day…  as well as help other visitors plan ahead. A guest is on campus NOW and doesn’t have a Middlebury guest account.  What should they do? For […]

Wireless Update

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You may have noticed that no changes to our wireless networks took place yesterday (3/16).  We are giving people more time to switch from Midd-standard to the new MiddleburyCollege network.  If you haven’t already done so, please take this opportunity to connect your wireless devices to MiddleburyCollege.  If you encounter any difficulties, contact the Technology […]

Learning Opportunities: Drupal, Website Maintenance & More!

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Visit http://go/techworkshops to view upcoming technology workshop offerings and sign up for topics of interest.  You’ll find Drupal introductions that cover basic web site maintenance skills and work sessions where you can get help with specific questions about how to improve your departmental web site. Do you prefer to learn on your own?  Don’t forget […]

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