Eagle Backup Service
Eagle Backup, a workstation backup service for the university, is available to all employees who are on active directory.
It provides users with an automatic backup of files in the computer’s “My Documents” folder and Outlook email. It will duplicate these files and email on your computer to a personal, secure location in the University Technology and Data Center without user intervention. In case of equipment failure or hard drive crash, your files will be recoverable.
For information, visit the http://www.usm.edu/itech/workstation-back. To get started, fill out the http://www.usm.edu/itech/workstation-back-request-form.
SOARFIN Downtime Feb. 14-21
SOARFIN will be down for an upgrade starting at 3 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 14, through the end of day Thursday, Feb. 21. Users will not be able to log into the system until 8 a.m. Feb. 22. During that time, no requisitions, purchase orders, vendor checks or employee travel reimbursement checks will be processed, and no new GR account numbers can be provided.
Please click on the appropriate link to see deadlines pertaining to those processes for accounts payable, budgets, computer purchases, grants, P-Card, requisition and purchase orders or travel.
For your convenience, a temporary listserv has been set up for you to report issues or if you have questions that cannot be answered at this site, or send an email to email@example.com and someone will assist you.
01.11.13 Student Wireless Update
The old USMStudent wireless network was discontinued as of Jan. 2, as communicated over the last few months. To access the new USM network, complete a one-time configuration by first connecting to the USM Help network. This configuration process will only take a few minutes to complete. Once done, you will automatically be connected to the USM network and directed to the Southern Miss website. You will no longer have to enter your campus ID and password each time to access the wireless network at Southern Miss. Also as an additional convenience, all Wi-Fi-enabled devices, including phones and tablets, may also be configured to access the USM wireless network.
For information about the USMMobile network for gaming devices and other non-app enabled devices, refer to http://www.usm.edu/itech/wireless-internet-access-students and http://www.usm.edu/itech/accessibility-usmmobile-network.
If you need assistance, go to www.usm.edu/itech/student-wireless or contact the iTech Help Desk at 601.266.HELP (4357). Faculty/staff will start using the USM network in the near future.
1.10.13 iTech Update: Data Network Outage
**UPDATE** All services should be restored now. If you experience any additional issues, contact the iTech Help Desk at 601.266.HELP (4357).
Due to relocation of the network infrastructure, a fiber cut has occurred and several buildings are and will continue to experience intermittent data outages. We are working to resolve the problem as quickly as possible.
The cut occurred Thursday, January 10th, approximately at 9:20 a.m. for the buildings routed through the Theatre and Dance circuit.
If you need to address an issue concerning this outage, contact the iTech Help Desk at 601.266.HELP (4357).
Affected areas include, but are not limited to:
Performance Arts Center
Arthur Kelley Hall
Baptist Student Union
Joseph Green Hall
Language Arts Bldg
Commu, Speech & Hearing
Theater & Dance
11.20.12 Student Wireless Update
Over 7,000 have joined and are using the new USM Wireless network. This is a great progress in the process of elimination of the USMStudent network. If you have not taken the steps to move to this new network, please do so at your earliest convenience.
To access this network, complete a one-time configuration by first connecting to the “USM Help” network. This configuration process will only take a few minutes to complete. Once completed, you will automatically be connected to the “USM” network and directed to the Southern Miss website. You will no longer have to enter your campus ID and password each time to access the wireless network at Southern Miss. For an additional convenience, all Wi-Fi-enabled devices, including phones and tablets, may also be configured to access the “USM” wireless network.
The USMStudent network will be discontinued on January 2, 2013.
If you need assistance to configure your device, go to the iTech website and click on Service Catalog/Connections and Accounts/Student Wireless (www.usm.edu/itech/student-wireless) or you may call the iTech Help Desk at 601.266.HELP (4357).
Faculty/staff will start using this network in the near future; watch for additional communications.