News Archives – January 2003

Jan
31
2003
Keywords and descriptions for pages have been added to the content management system (CMS).
Jan
21
2003
Eight CMS seminars are scheduled for the spring semester. Seminars are a great way to get training on the content management system and learn about how it can benefit your department or organization.
Jan
13
2003
The following describes in a short and long version the events surrounding the failure and replacement of the storage system supporting Exchange and Outlook. Please feel free to call me at 710-8788 if I can be of any assistance regarding this matter. Thanks for your patience during this time.
Jan
1
2003
by Bob Hartland
Have you ever suspected a problem but did not know what was wrong? Have you ever wanted to get an update on a known problem?
Jan
1
2003
by Donna Herbert
If your Dell keyboard has suddenly slowed down or makes a clicking noise when you type, FilterKeys may be activated.
Jan
1
2003
by Patricia Black
We welcome to the ITS department:
Jan
1
2003
by David Seago
Baylor recently released a new "unified" web-based search application that replaces the old "Search", "A to Z" and "Directory" search items on Baylor's web pages. This new "unified" search, dubbed Search@Baylor, allows one to search various systems from one web page. Search@Baylor has three distinct search options in its initial release. The options available are as follows: Web Sites & Web Pages, People & Departments, and A-Z Listing of Registered Web Sites.
Jan
1
2003
by Vicky Gerik
Due to excessive complaints from the educational user communities, Macromedia has reversed their recent decision and now will allow concurrent usage of their products purchased through the volume license program. This includes the recent purchases Baylor has made for Dreamweaver MX, Flash MX and Fireworks MX. As long as we distribute the software using license-metering software (our product is Keyserver) concurrent usage rights is allowed.
These products are now available on our software installers web pages.
Jan
1
2003
by Cori Rhodes
Baylor has provided a toll-free telephone number, 1-877-445-0103, for employees to connect to the Internet while traveling on Baylor business.
Jan
1
2003
by Donna Herbert
In order to properly track computer inventory on campus, the Custom Data Form (CDF) associated with your Dell needs to be filled out correctly. There is no CDF for Macintosh computers.
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