Engineering account passwords must include 2 numbers and 2 letters and expire every 365 days.
Guidelines for new academic software acquisitions and allocation of existing software resources.
Provides guidelines for a fair and equitable distribution of computing resources for users of the engineering network as administered by Engineering Computer Services (ECS) for the College of Engineering.
File backup and recovery services are provided for 1) the files servers run by ECS, 2) home directory and share directory files for any user account, and 3) local hard drives of ECS-administered computers, as described below.
When ECS is notified of the following sorts of violations, the computer account may be disabled.
This policy supports the adoption of new technologies that empower faculty and staff by providing and regularly replacing desktop computers for eligible faculty and staff.
Measures to improve the safety and availability of the computing environment.
College of Engineering desktop computer support options available from Engineering Computers Services (ECS). The College’s technology goal is to provide an environment that serves our educational mission and supports the day-to-day administrative work of the College.
These policies apply only to email accounts managed by the college. No engineering email accounts have been created since 5/2010.
All College of Engineering students, staff, and faculty are eligible for an Engineering computer account.
The 1245 SC classroom has 46 Windows computers.
Stability, reliability, and security of information technology in the College guide the implementation of these network, security, and cabling policies.
Temporary local disk storage, /var/tmp, on Linux workstations.
This policy describes the support Engineering Computer Services (ECS) will provide for computing hardware, including mobile devices, used for work or academic purposes that are personally owned by faculty, staff, or students.
This document describes the printer support provided by ECS for the College of Engineering.
This policy describes guidelines and limitations for software installation.
Microsoft Windows is patched at least monthly. Learn about the ECS patching schedule.
This contingency and disaster recovery plan describes the College of Engineering Computer Services (ECS) computer environment that has been designed to prevent incidents and anticipate easy recovery from a disaster destroying all or part of the facilities.
The 3231 Classroom is equipped with 25 Windows computers.
These guidelines describe specific practices expected at all times in private offices or public labs or spaces. Engineering Computer Services (ECS) may take action when these guidelines are violated.