Dear Committee Chairs- President Hirshman would like to sit down with each or your committees to get a better understanding of how your committee functions and have a Q & A session with each. Please provide at least two early fall meeting dates when your committee would be interested in meeting with President Hirshman. Send your responses to firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday, August 15. Thank you. -- Allison Bobrow Administrative Analyst San Diego State University Senate Administration Building, Room 221 Mailcode: 1621 5500 Campanile Drive San Diego, CA 92182-1621 Phone: (619) 594.5320 email@example.com http://sdsu.edu/senate
I can talk about our IDM and Google project. If all the stars align, we can migrate the mail.sdsu.edu accounts in September. Tonight I just finished an alias workflow for IDM, as well as some new UI features that should make the process very easy based upon some testing feedback this week. For those of you who have a mail.sdsu.edu account you can test the system (it even contains mail migrated in May). Simply go to: https://sandlot.sdsu.edu/apex/f?p=103:1 Select the 'Request Test Account' link and a registration code, along with additional information will be sent to your mail.sdsu.edu account. You can then claim your accountets.sdsu.edu/helpdesk/google.htm Status of the changeover of email for the campus.
I recently experimented with Amazon Web Services. It was an excellent tool to create remote UNIX, Windows, Mac and Linux servers. Gone are the days when Departments must purchase servers. We can easily encourage the use of student hand held devices that can SSH or FTP to these remote servers. Also, there should be a discussion on relaxing some security protocols NOT for those faculty who USE the internet in teaching/research but for those whose research and teaching actually INVOLVE manipulating internet protocols. Perhaps members of your committee can have fast track authority to allow some exemptions.
Hello, Please see the attached resolution, entitled CB # S11-03 A Resolution Urging the University Senate to Support the Creation of an Online Database that is Comprehensive of all Course Syllabi, which was recently passed by the Associated Students Council of San Diego State University. This bill was adopted by the Council on April 6, 2011. We hope you will take the time to review the resolution. Please do not hesitate to contact our office at 619-594-6555 if you have any questions or concerns. Thank you, Grant A. Mack President, Associated Students San Diego State University as.sdsu.edu/govt GO AZTECS!!! California State Student Association Environmental Affairs OfficerOnline Syllabus Database Resolution
Yes. Felecia Vlahos, CISSP Information Security Officer San Diego State University 619-594-4049 firstname.lastname@example.org "It's not okay for you to put a hole in your half of the life boat" On 9/2/11 10:42 AM, "Kris Stewart"
wrote: felecia - would this be an item to share with the IIT on tuesday? kris email@example.com GMCS 535 Registration information for this event is below. Ed Skoudis is awesome. A snippet of the presentation link: "Webcast Overview: SANS NetWars Presentation with Ed Skoudis NetWars is a collection of computer and network security challenges designed to represent real-world security issues, their flaws and their resolutions. Each player can follow an independent path based on individual problem solving skills, technical skills, aptitude, and creativity. The challenge is played in a fun but safe environment using the technology that drives our lives every day. This challenge is our most sophisticated interactive, hands-on laboratory environment and takes the most time to play." Felecia Vlahos, CISSP Information Security Officer San Diego State University 619-594-4049 firstname.lastname@example.org
22 March 2011 meeting;
22 Feb meeting 2011
No meeting Fall 2010 due to schedule conflict
Spring 2010 meetings with agenda
Fall 09 IIT meetings with agenda
Spr 09 IIT meetings with agenda
Fall 08 IIT meetings with agenda
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