DECEMBER: ITS Connect
Just in time for the coming of winter, some advice from Information Technology Services on connecting remotely, wirelessly, and more.
Use Pace's Virtual Private Network (VPN) to connect to your on campus computer. VPN allows for a secure connection to your on-campus machine and also provides a secure connect for various systems and online forms. Note: You will need to use Remote Desktop along with VPN to complete this connection. For more information, visit Virtual Private Network. For detailed instructions, see the Self-Help Guides.
First, configure wireless devices (laptop, iPad, Smartphone) to connect to PACE-OPEN. (This is a one-time process.) Then follow instructions to automatically configure and register the device for PACE-WIRELESS. When complete, the device needs to be connected to PACE-WIRELESS. Learn more. To check if your device is registered, go to How do I check if my device is registered?
Updated Your OS or Software Recently?
Keep in mind that any changes to your OS or software packages such as an update or upgrade may affect wireless configuration settings. For example, the recent release of Mac OS X 10.10 (Yosemite) has known issues with wireless. For more details about this issue, click here.
Pace University's faculty has been hard at work this fall—here are two faculty success stories that have particularly stood out among all the great work that’s happening at Pace.
Faculty Success Stories: November 2017
In an extremely busy month for Pace professors, here's all the media mentions, book publications, and special awards that are fit to print for November 2017!
Fit to Print November 2017
#GivingTuesday returns to Pace on Tuesday, November 28, as the Pace Community hopes to set a new record and surpass last year’s total of $126,000.