08.07.15 Network issues on Hattiesburg Campus
Due to a power outage, the Hattiesburg campus is experiencing network issues in the following locations:
Arthell Kelly Hall, Fraternity Row, Baptist Student Union, Center for Child Development, Cedar, Dubard School, International Center, Kate Hubbard House, Nursing building, Payne Center, Peck House, Pete Taylor Park, JB George, Theater and Dance, A-L- Village
We hope to have this issue resolved by noon. Please contact the iTech Help Desk at 266.4357 (HELP) for issues regarding this outage.
Computer Exchange Program Now Accepting Requests
The FY16 Computer Exchange Program is now accepting requests. Are you eligible for the CEP? Click here to view frequently asked questions for answers to this and other questions.
To request a CEP computer, complete the request form in SOAR. You can find the CEP request form using the left-hand menu. Follow the navigation by clicking on USM Utilities > USM iTech > Use > CEP Request.
Updated Telephone, Voicemail & Long Distance Usage Policy Update
The university provides telephone, voicemail and long distance services for current faculty, staff, vendors, affiliates and contractors. USM provides telephone and voicemail services for current students living on campus in residence halls. The university has recently published a Telephone, Voicemail & Long Distance Services Usage Policy. Please take a few moments to familiarize yourself with this updated policy.
06.23.15 iTech Celebrates Ron Montague with Retirement Reception
After years of hard work and dedication, it’s time to take a permanent vacation. Please join us in celebrating the retirement of Ron Montague on Friday, June 26, 2015 from 2-4 p.m. at the Baptist Student Union. He has been a valuable and loyal employee to Southern Miss for the past 21 years.
Stop by and wish Ron a happy and wonderful retirement as we honor him for his contributions in a farewell reception. We invite all employees to extend their good wishes to Ron in his new endeavors.
06.23.15 University Libraries' New Printing Services
University Libraries' new printing system will be available for use on Tuesday, June 23 in Hattiesburg and Wednesday, June 24 on the Gulf Coast. At that time the current printing system will no longer be available, but student accounts will be transferred to the new system.
Students can swipe their campus ID card or enter their USM username/email and password at any wepa print station to login. An app is available for smartphones and tables, and it can be downloaded at wepanow.com/printapp. Students can log in to the app with their USM username/email and password. Guests will be able to create an account if they choose at the print station or on the wepa website.
The new print system provides students a quicker, more convenient way to print on the move. wepa Print Solution is a cloud-based system that allows students to upload documents on-the-go and print them conveniently at any wepa print station. Documents can be sent from any computer, smartphone or tablet to print.
For more detailed instructions, visit http://lib.usm.edu/about_us/news/wepaprinting.html or www.wepanow.com<http://www.wepanow.com/>. Users can also contact wepa directly at 800.675.7639 or firstname.lastname@example.org<mailto:email@example.com>. Students can also visit the Circulation Desk in Cook Library and the Gulf Coast Library, or the iTech technology assistants located in the Learning Commons in Cook Library (next to the wepa print kiosks) for instruction cards or assistance with printing.