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  • SUSE IT Computer Resource Orientation Tom Chou Chris Wesselman Anu Kulkarni
  • Welcome to SUSE-IT
    • Our goal is to deliver help directly to the users
    • Over the past several years SUSE-IT has been meeting computing needs with state of the art technology
    • Computing infrastructure capable of instructional, learning and research activities of SUSE
  • SUSE-IT Staff
    • Acquisition and Inventory Administrator     Debbie Belanger -650 723 2453 - [email_address] Technical Support Specialist     Tom Chou - 650 723 3123 - [email_address] Network and Server Administrator     Tony Wong - 650 723 5518 - [email_address] Technical Support Engineer     Christopher Wesselman - 650 723 5694 - [email_address] Web/ Multimedia Designer
    •      Anu Kulkarni - 650 723 5006 [email_address] Computer Resource Associate      Paul Michael A. David - 650-804-5298 [email_address] Academic Technology Specialist      Shawn Kim - 650 736 4354 [email_address]
  • Computing 101
      • Setting up your computer
      • Getting online – the fun begins
      • Actually doing work
      • Backups
  • Internet Access Register your computer at Stanford
    • Living on campus- contact your RCC
    • Living off Campus- Self Registration in Littletree or drop by our Help Desk
    • Wireless internet is available in most buildings on campus MAP
    • You can now register your guests for temporary wireless access.
      • http://
  • Essential Stanford Software (ESS)
    • Essential Stanford Software (ESS) is a collection of applications that will help you plug into the Stanford University Network (SUNet) and gain access to Stanford's computing services. ESS includes applications to keep your password secure, protect against computer viruses, send and read email, browse the web, and exchange files.
    • Software is provided for both Macintosh computers and Windows-based PCs.
      • Software for your Computer
      • Provided by Stanford (free)
      • Constantly updated- check often!
  • Checking your Email
    • Webmail- access from any internet enabled computer
    • Email Programs- What are the advantages?
    • (Outlook, Eudora, Apple Mail, Entourage)
    • SUSE now offers Microsoft Exchange!
      • Email, messaging and collaboration all in one
      • Drop by our office to learn more
  • StanfordYou
    • Update your Stanford Directory information and change e-mail settings
    • Forward your email
    • Create aliases (email)
    • Change your preferred name
  • Computer Labs
    • Two Labs in CERAS
      • Bigtree Lab – Lectures and Workshops
      • Littletree Lab – Open 24/7
    • Login with your SUNet ID
    • Save files to My Documents (H:)
    • Access your files anywhere (sign up)
  • Printing
    • SUSE-IT has our own printing system separate from the university pay for printing
    • Cash machine located in Littletree
      • Print from the computer labs or directly from your laptops
    • Money deposited into SUSE account is non-refundable
      • 10 cents a page
      • Single sided (no duplex)
      • Black and white
  • Getting Help
    • We will help with any computer or network related question
    • Submit a HelpSU ticket:
    • Call 725-HELP (4357)
    • Drop by our help desk (CERAS 118)
  • Websites
    • Three Main Websites
      • SUSE Public Site http://
      • Intranet http:// /intranet
      • SUSE-IT http:// /IT
      • Link