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  • Mobile Devices | Columbia University Information Technology
    listed on these pages apply only to CUIT provided equipment and services Devices purchased from CUIT come with a one year warranty that covers manufacturer s defects This warranty does not cover problems resulting from misuse accident modification or other improper use of the equipment Devices in like new condition may be returned within five business days of purchase a 50 restocking fee will be charged and any missing accessories will be charged at the current prices Personal Devices Many phone vendors give mobile phone discounts to individuals who work at the University For details visit the HR discounts page Getting Help After normal business hours and on weekends you can reach your wireless carrier for troubleshooting assistance Please note that all requests for changes to service features and new or replacement equipment for a CUIT purchased phone must come through CUIT AT T call 800 932 9775 Verizon call 800 922 0204 myUNI Service Desk myColumbia FAQ A Z Services About Us Give Us Feedback Computing Support About CUIT CUIT Careers CUIT Email Services Research Computing Services Teaching Learning Applications CUIT Public Computing Facilities IT Policies IT Security Resources Manage my UNI Security Awareness Training Software and Downloads Search

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  • Remote Access and Telecommuting Tools | Columbia University Information Technology
    can check voicemail messages and record or change outgoing phone mail greetings from on and off campus Many self service features including incoming call forwarding to campus or off campus numbers are available to NetPhone users online Use CUIT s MyNetPhone UNI logon required tool to forward calls or make any other necessary changes Rolm Phone users have several self features including setting up call forwarding to Columbia extensions Rolm Phone users can contact the CUIT Service Desk to enable forwarding calls to off campus phone numbers The cost for this service is 75 charged to an ARC account Rolm Phone Tutorial NetPhone Quick Reference Guide Remote University Application Access Faculty and staff can access Statistical Financial Human Resource Course Management Administrative Enterprise Business Intelligence Solutions and Microsoft applications from off campus Some applications are accessed via a web browser some require a secure VPN connection to the Columbia network and other require a secure Citrix connection to the Central Server With a VPN connection faculty and staff can access Columbia s network systems file shares email servers and all administrative and school applications that they can access from their office desktop computer Note VPN will only access shared drives VPN cannot be used to access your office s local desktop computer hard drive With a Citrix connection faculty and staff can access applications and shared data files hosted on the Columbia Central Server Browser VPN and Citrix Accessible Applications Emergency Situations To be prepared for emergencies it is important to be familiar with these remote access tools download any software that may be required and test them in advance For additional information during emergency situations visit the Email Services page regarding email availability the Preparedness website and the Columbia University homepage for additional information International Travel Will you be

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  • Administrative Applications | Columbia University Information Technology
    that project This system facilitates both the monitoring of effort distributions during the year and the required annual certification of effort Electronic Document Management Provides Electronic document storage and retrieval capabilities FFE Financial Front End A majority of the Financial Front End FFE and FINSYS modules have been replaced by ARC However some modules remain in use and have been retrofitted to accommodate the new ARC ChartString and GL structure They are Budget Tool FFE FINSYS Cash Module FFE FINSYS Casual Support Staff Time Entry Module VFFE Application Security Maintenance FFE FINSYS InfoEd Suite of products enabling faculty administrators and staff to move efficiently through each part of the grant and contract process from proposal development to post award management MyColumbia MyColumbia is a web portal that centralized access to key administrative Human Resources and Financial applications PAC People Columbia The University s human resources system that integrates human resources benefits and payroll systems Pinnacle Management System CUIT uses the Pinnacle Management System to bill University departments and schools for CUIT services and products Pinnacle allows departments to review CUIT bills and enables CUIT to more effectively manage customer charges and associated billings Powerfaids Powerfaids is the main system used to administer student financial aid Research and Compliance System Rascal Rascal provides Web access to compliance information for the Columbia research community Service Now Incident Tracking System Web based software application providing incident tracking and service requests Student Information System SIS Integrated system for admissions student records registration grades course class transcripts certifications degree audit financial aid student accounts and housing SSOL SSOL provides a web interface to essential student related information that resides in the mainframe Student Information System SIS University Data Store UDS The UDS is the repository where data from ARC PAC LA Student and Historical systems

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  • Welcome Back from VP and CIO, Gaspare LoDuca | Columbia University Information Technology
    is to help ensure that the University continues to lead in that regard As part of our continued efforts to further modernize our infrastructure we have made improvements that provide even more processing power efficiency and speed to our research computing environment providing a stronger foundation for the University s research efforts What s New for Administrators Online Mobile Device Orders Providing clearer more seamless self service processes for you is an important step toward making CUIT services more accessible and more efficient for our colleagues Earlier this summer we launched the first of several planned automated services with Online Mobile Device Ordering This new automated service allows you to choose a new mobile device from an online catalog and configure it very similar to online shopping The new process is easier for you and more efficient and at every step you can track the progress of your order This is the first of many services which we will improve in the coming months Multi Factor Security for Critical Data Applications After a successful summer pilot within CUIT we have begun working with other key departments at Columbia to implement multi factor security for individuals who use applications and databases that access sensitive University data Our multi factor approach leverages a user s mobile device coupled with GPS data to ensure that the individual logging into one of our highly secure systems are is truly who they say they are And for those without mobile devices our process offers several alternatives The new security feature is simple and highly effective and helps us continue to provide the highest levels of security for University systems and data Other Updates for the University Community Lynda com Online Training Development CUIT has worked with Lynda com and our University colleagues to further extend our enterprise license for online training and professional development couses The entire catalog of Lynda com training resources are available to students faculty and administrators for free Click here to log in with your UNI and password and take advantage of this valuable resource Converged Infrastructure Supporting and enabling all of these improvements is CUIT s move toward Converged Infrastructure an industry term that means we are reengineering our infrastructure from specific sets of servers that support separate applications and services to one holistic and comprehensive platform that provides higher efficiency increased computing power and greater reliability For those familiar with the concept of a private cloud Converged Infrastructure is a similar idea Our Converged Infrastructure migration is planned for completion in December 2015 but we are already experiencing the benefits including Decreased downtime for maintenance Improved operational stability for systems like ARC and People Columbia PAC Increased flexibility in designing and implementing new services meaning we can get you the tools you need more quickly Lastly as a reminder earlier this year we introduced an improved email alias feature for all faculty staff and students The new alias option allows members of the University community to select from among

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  • Brief Planned Downtimes for Upgrades, June 5-6 | Columbia University Information Technology
    Services About Us Give Us Feedback Computing Support About CUIT CUIT Careers CUIT Email Services Research Computing Services Teaching Learning Applications CUIT Public Computing Facilities IT Policies IT Security Resources Manage my UNI Security Awareness Training Software and Downloads Search CUIT Go Text Size a a Other Columbia IT Groups Columbia University Medical Center Information Technology CUMC IT Center for Digital Research and Scholarship CDRS Business School Information Services ITG

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  • PawPrint: Meet the Winning Students | Columbia University Information Technology
    and rock climbs in her spare time Jones hopes to one day get her medical degree so that she can practice medicine in rural communities in both the United States and abroad Etienne Meriaux em3059 columbia edu BluePrint Etienne Meriaux was the first student to submit the name BluePrint on Tuesday April 21 2015 at 12 49 36 p m Etienne Meriaux is a graduate student in the Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science SEAS majoring in Management Science and Engineering MS E He came to Columbia from France with the goal to deepen his understanding of supply chain management and industrial logistics after completing his undergraduate engineering studies at the Ecole Polytechnique in France When Meriaux learned that the MS E program at Columbia offered a unique class Operation Consulting a year long consulting project with real companies including Louis Vuitton he knew he could not miss the opportunity Meriaux completed two internships in Supply Chain for Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton S E LVMH and especially enjoyed working in the luxury goods field He hopes to make a career in the industry and will work for an e commerce start up in luxury leather goods this summer Brett Krasner bjk2152 columbia edu LionPrint Brett Krasner was the first student to submit the name LionPrint on Tuesday April 21 2015 at 12 47 24 p m Brett Krasner is a Class of 2017 Political Science student in the School of General Studies GS and also majors in Talmud at Jewish Theological Seminary JTS He enjoys learning about the international political system and thinking of ways to improve it and is fascinated by the debates between Jewish legal authorities to establish laws and traditions Krasner knew that Columbia was the school for him because of its joint program with

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  • "PawPrint" Wins Student Vote | Columbia University Information Technology
    student Mackenzie Jones Class of 2016 Congratulations to Mackenzie who has won a 128GB iPad Mini and a 50 gift card to the University Bookstore Etienne Meriaux a SEAS graduate student was the first to suggest the name BluePrint which garnered 23 of the student vote Brett Krasner GS JTS 17 suggested LionPrint which received 20 of the vote Etienne and Brett both received a 50 gift card to the University Bookstore Congratulations to both for making it to the final round We ve reached out to Mackenzie Etienne and Brett and in recognition of their contributions we will share some information about each of them early next week Again thank you to the more than 850 students who submitted names and thank you to everyone who voted myUNI Service Desk myColumbia FAQ A Z Services About Us Give Us Feedback Computing Support About CUIT CUIT Careers CUIT Email Services Research Computing Services Teaching Learning Applications CUIT Public Computing Facilities IT Policies IT Security Resources Manage my UNI Security Awareness Training Software and Downloads Search CUIT Go Text Size a a Other Columbia IT Groups Columbia University Medical Center Information Technology CUMC IT Center for Digital Research and Scholarship CDRS

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  • Welcome Back from CUIT | Columbia University Information Technology
    students and use a combination of first and middle initials plus the last name and UNI number to generate a friendlier address that can be used in addition to students UNI based email address For more details see our Frequently Asked Questions online The Yeti High Performance Computing HPC cluster a 100 node cluster currently used by 10 campus research groups launched an expansion round providing an opportunity to join the service for researchers who have computational research requirements Orders are still being collected the deadline to submit is September 15 Yeti also supports one year rentals for individual users and a free service is coming this fall See http hpc cc columbia edu for more information on shared HPC services at Columbia We have also added classroom electronics to eight Arts Sciences classrooms and refreshed nine others to our latest technology standard Elsewhere on campus we have upgraded connectivity including Upgrading WiFi in four residence halls McBain Watt Woodbridge and 627 W 115th Street Deploying next generation 802 11AC WiFi in high density environments including the Watson Library in Uris Hall Upgrading the Morningside backbone network to 40 Gigabit Ethernet from 10 Gigabit Ethernet Upgrading connectivity to Nevis Labs to 10 Gbps and improving redundancy for both the Lamont and Nevis campuses Reminders Start your Online Security Awareness Training today at http cuit columbia edu cuit security awareness training High speed wireless access is available in all student residence halls The Columbia U Secure wireless network provides increased data security for all Morningside students faculty and staff It provides encryption for all online interactions that are not otherwise encrypted Also don t forget to take advantage of the computer discounts available click here to learn more Stay tuned for more about new ways in which we are improving your

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