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January 2015 Newsletter

Stanford Whole Disk Encryption (SWDE) Project

The Information Security Office is working toward getting all campus computers encrypted by May 31, 2015.

Campus 100 Gb Network Connectivity Arrives

Network to another university or research site feeling sluggish? Not for long! Campus 100g link to Internet2 and other research and education networks has arrived.

New Email and Calendar Service Coming this Summer

Stanford’s email and calendar systems are moving to the cloud! The project recently started and will continue through the summer of 2015.

Northwest Data Center and Communications Hub (NDCCH) Opens

University IT is pleased to announce the completion of the NDCCH. This new facility opened in November for server hosting of mission critical applications and infrastructure.

A Fresh New SUPAD

University IT rolled out a new, state-of-the-art version of the Stanford University Personal Administrative Desktop (SUPAD) to help university staff and administrators get quickly to the tools and resources they use.

Collaboration Effort with GSB Brings EMET to Campus

Stanford is taking more steps to protect its faculty, staff, and students from hackers, malware, and zero-day exploits, by deploying a new security tool for Windows users.

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