Information and technology assets are of critical importance to the University in all areas of teaching and learning, research, and administration. It is important that you take preventative steps to protect your computer from viruses and other attacks.
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Performing basic computer safety maintenance is your first step to preventing nasty viruses from infecting your computer. 3 things you can do to protect your computer: Install anti-virus and anti-spyware software. At Carleton, all computer labs and staff/faculty workstations have Symantec installed. Symantec is available to staff and faculty for home use and to students ... more
Due to the increasing level of hostile activity and security threats that occur on the internet, CCS has secured Windows Remote Desktop (RDP) at the Campus Internet border. After August 1st, if you wish to access your workstation from off campus, please use the Virtual Private Network (VPN) service. VPN software provides a secure, encrypted ... more
In order to provide improved wireless performance across the campus, on July 31, 2011 we are discontinuing support for the 802.11b protocol. How does this affect me? If you purchased your laptop after 2003 it most likely uses the 802.11g and/or 802.11n wireless protocol and you will not be affected by this change. If you ... more