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.
06.18.15 Coming Soon: New Printing System at University Libraries
Coming soon to Southern Miss University Libraries is a new way of printing. College life is busy, and students will now be able to print on the move with this new, innovative print system. wepa Print Solution is a cloud-based system that will allow you to upload documents on-the-go and print them conveniently at any wepa print station. You will be able to send documents from any computer, smartphone or tablet to print.
Students will be able to just use their campus credentials (swipe their campus card OR enter USM username/email and password) at any wepa print station to login. Guest can create an account if they choose at the print station or on the wepa website.
When installing the print app driver on a personal laptop or when logging in to the mobile app, students log in with their campus credentials (USM username/email and password).
Stay tuned for more information! For more information, stop by the circulation desk or the iTech Help Desk, both located on the first floor of Cook Library.
06.18.15 Network Maintenance Scheduled for June 22
A scheduled maintenance period that will affect network services (wireless, USM hard wired connections, etc…) will begin Monday, June 22 from 10 p.m. until 2 a.m. During these hours, you may experience intermittent interruptions with networking services. Please plan your work accordingly.
Please note, all scheduled outages and maintenance will have current up-to-date news on the iTech website at www.usm.edu/itech. If you need to address an issue concerning this outage, contact the iTech Help Desk at 601.266.HELP (4357).
06.10.15 Faculty and Staff: Microsoft Provides a New Way to Manage Email Clutter
Last fall, Clutter was introduced by Microsoft which moves less important emails out of your inbox and keeps you focused on what’s most important to you. Today, Clutter is moving over one million emails per day and saves users 82 minutes per month on average.
Beginning June 2015, Clutter will be on by default to help more people benefit from Clutter. iTech will be implementing new administrative controls for Clutter and improving how Clutter interacts with customers.
If you would like to get started early, follow these directions and let Clutter help raise the value of your inbox.
06/10/15 Get Hurricane Prepared with Eagle Backup
Eagle Backup, a workstation backup service, is available to all employees of the university. 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. To request the service, visit www.usm.edu/itech. For more information, visit http://www.usm.edu/itech/eagle-backup.