Virus overview and update
The recent ILOVEYOU computer virus that appeared May 4 at K-State
illustrated the increasing vulnerability of computers worldwide. As
computer viruses increase in number and maliciousness, K-State continues to
enhance its security measures and investigate new anti-virus methods.
iTAC discontinues free computer sessions
in move to web-based
The 50-minute computer-training sessions traditionally offered to
students, faculty, and staff were discontinued by iTAC in March, with
plans under way to put the information online as web-based tutorials.
This does NOT affect in-depth training provided to faculty/staff by iTAC.
WebMail use increasing at K-State
Use of WebMail at K-State has increased considerably since its
introduction Jan. 13. More than 7,200 K-Staters used it during the
spring semester. An overview of K-State's WebMail service
was put online in March at www.ksu.edu/cns/webmail.
Technology showcase June 20-21 in Topeka
K-State will be among the exhibitors again at this year's Kansas
Technology Showcase in Topeka. In addition, many regional and national
companies will be on hand to demonstrate new information technology
products. Admission is free; save time and register online at
CHECK conference covered security and new-tech topics
The annual Conference on Higher Education Computing in Kansas was May
18-19 at K-State. Educators and information technology staff gathered to
exchange information about technology at their respective institutions.
Itty Bitty Bytes
- K-State bans Napster et al.
- Password deadlines
- Campus network upgrade
- Buying a computer for college
- Stock Market Game
- IMSL contract terminated on OS/390 IBM platform
- K-State weather page has changed