What Is Desktop Anywhere?
Desktop Anywhere provides access to University IT services in a familiar cluster-style desktop from anywhere with a stable Internet connection.
Some key things you can access are:…
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Encoding media for streaming
If you already have digital content in Windows format then, assuming that there are no version incompatibilities, it can be stored directly onto the media server.
If your content is in analogue fo…
Policies and rules for halls of residence
Find out about the policies and rules you must follow if you use the network in Halls of Residence.
See Policy and Information Security section of this website for full details of all the polices …
Making and receiving phone calls
When you phone is set up your head of department decides what type of calls you can make, for example, whether or not you can make international calls. Find out more about this, voicemail and making p…
Some clusters have height adjustable tables and assistive software.
The Mindview and Texthelp are available in all clusters.
Mindview is mind mapping softw…
Corporate Services Telephone Liaison Officers
Print & Copy Bureau
Central Teaching Space
Setting up streamed content
There are a number of steps you need to follow to publish your streaming content.
1. Contact the IT Help Desk at firstname.lastname@example.org to have a publishing area on the media server allocated f…
Find out how to suggest topic ideas for the All Staff meetings, run a Brown Bag session, present to the IT Management Team, contribute to the IT Monthly Update and produce an IT Summary Sheet. …
Acceptable use of clusters
There are rules regarding acceptable use of University computer clusters covering things like eating and drinking, using mobile phones, reserving computers and security on computers.