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IT Overview

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  Any use of IT facilities at the University of Glasgow, including the connection of personal devices to the campus network, is subject to the university's Regulations for the use of University ICT systems and facilities, which is included as part of the contractual information provided to new members of staff, or with the information provided to students during registration. Additional policies and guidance may be found on the IT Services website:
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  You should also familiarise yourself with the university's Confidential Data Policy, which may be found along with other relevant information in the information security portion of the IT Services website:
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  Staff and student e-mail accounts are managed centrally by IT services, and should be created for you automatically when you join the university. Further information, including instructions on how to configure various e-mail clients, can be found on the e-mail page of this wiki, and also at the following locations:
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  The university also provides web access for its e-mail accounts:
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The PPE file servers store peoples home directories (/home/xxx) and data directories (/data/xxx) for the different experiments. These are available (automatically) via nfs on the linux desktops and via samba in the windows desktops. See File Storage.
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PPE file servers store home directories and data directories (/data/xxx). These are available as standard via NFS on PPE Linux machines, and may be accessed using Samba from machines running Windows or OS X. See File Storage.
 
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Files in home directories are backed up overnight and kept for up to six months. See Backups. The /data areas are not backed up, with the exception of /data/ppemgr01 and /data/www01 which are backed up.
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Files in home directories are backed up overnight and kept for up to six months (see Backups for more information). With very few exceptions, the /data areas are not backed up.
 

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