Information Technology

System Status

  • On Wednesday, June 29th and Thursday, June 30th Pacific Office Automation (P.O.A) services will be offline throughout the day in order to update the Papercut Server and make necessary IP address changes. During this time they will be making adjustments to the Konica Multifunction Printers as well. As each printer is updated it will come back online for use. Order of priority will be the Staff Offices in the Manor House, McAfee, Templeton/Fowler, and Rogers Hall. This process will begin on the CAS Campus and Graduate Campus at 8am on Wednesday, June 29th and be completed by 5pm on Thursday, June 30th.

  • All systems are up and functioning.

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Information Technology News

Konica Printer Maintenance - 6/29-6/30

On Wednesday, June 29th and Thursday, June 30th Pacific Office Automation (POA) print services will be offline throughout the day.

Lewis & Clark accounts will no longer have access to Google Photos starting July 1, 2022

Google Photos will be turned off for all Lewis & Clark accounts on July 1, 2022. The Google Photos application is not a core service covered by the Google for Education Workspace agreement with schools. In addition, Google Photos application poses a storage liability with the end of free unlimited storage for schools.

Former Employees and Alumni Google Accounts to be Permanently Deleted this Summer

Now is the time to transfer ownership of Google Drive files to make sure you don’t lose access to files owned by former employees or students.

We’ve already shared information on how to avoid data loss when former student and employee accounts are deleted. We are following up with specific information on the plan to remove these accounts.

Resource Lab Open for Projects

Its door may be closed, but the Resource Lab is open for projects!

Don’t Lose Data During Spring Cleaning

This comes as a follow-up to our announcement regarding changes to Google’s storage policy. Be sure to review that announcement if you have not done so.