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The latest issue of ATUS News has been released; the newsletter is online at http://west.wwu.edu/atus_news_online/.

Among the stories in the latest issue are a piece on the retirement of Nancy Grayum, an update on the Integtrated Library Network and a look at the university's efforts…

Academic Technology and User Services at Western Washington University is increasing faculty and staff mailboxes to 1GB, according to a notice from ATUS Tuesday morning. Limits on the sizes of e-mail attachements also are increasing.

Before the upgrade, two sizes of mailboxes existed…

Nancy Grayum, ATUS manager of Classroom Services, is retiring from Western at the end of April after 23 years of outstanding service. An open house to congratulate her will be held from 3 to 5 p.m. April 30 in Academic Instructional Center West Room 412.

Grayum is a native northwesterner…

Western Washington University's Academic Technology and User Services has announced the availability of Elluminate as Western's new Web conferencing tool. Elluminate allows users to conduct live meetings over the Web in which participants can communicate using voice, text and application sharing…

The P: drive migration is complete, with the exception of the final sync of recently changed files. No data was lost during this process.

Those who did not log off their computers last night are encouraged to log out and log back in. If access to any file or folder does not appear,…

The planned network file storage transition will occur in the very early hours of Thursday morning, Feb. 25th. ATUS officials have asked that faculty and staff members turn their computers off when they leave for the day on Wednesday night or reboot first thing in the morning on Thursday.

On Monday, Jan. 25, Dawson Construction will begin construction of barrier walls inside Miller Hall corridors. Shortly after that, demolition for the new electrical room in the dirt crawl space area of the basement in the north east corner of 1940s building will begin. Several other areas will…

Most central computer systems will be unavailable from roughly 1 to 5 a.m. Dec. 18 for planned maintenance. The timing was chosen to coincide with a previously scheduled maintenance time for the university's Unix systems and to reduce the downtime that would occur with multiple upgrades.…

The folks at ATUS sent out a reminder this morning to be on the lookout for fraudelent e-mail messages that ask for personal information. Members of the WWU community should never give out their personal information in an e-mail.

A few tips to help identify potential phishing e-mail…

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