Category Archive: General CNSIT

CNSIT Spring 2017 Survey Results

Monday, April 17th, 2017, 10:47 am MT - posted by Ross Madden

First off, a sincere thank you to everyone that completed the CNSIT Spring 2017 survey!  We received a total of 100 responses.  One of the main purposes of a survey like this is to make sure we are still in line with the needs of our customers.  IT often operates on a notion of “No […]

CNSIT Spring 2017 Survey – Closed

Tuesday, March 28th, 2017, 3:56 pm MT - posted by Ross Madden

CNSIT would like to solicit feedback on how things are going in terms of IT.  The Department of Psychology gracious enough to allow us to use their Qualitrics server for this purpose. The CNSIT Spring 2017 survey is now closed.  Thank you very much to all who participated! Click here to view the results!  

Hard drive full? This may help!

Tuesday, January 24th, 2017, 2:30 pm MT - posted by Ross Madden

Is your hard drive in the red and you have no idea where all that space is being consumed?  We often use the following free programs to interpret this mysterious phenomenon.  These utilize a type of graph called a Treemap, which attempts to visualize the files in blocks.  The larger the block, the more space […]

Reasons why CNSIT Tickets are better than E-mail

Wednesday, September 14th, 2016, 10:54 am MT - posted by Ross Madden

In an effort to improve the CNSIT support experience, I have put together the following reasons for using our CNSIT ticket system instead of a direct email.  So, read through this article, and be sure to submit a CNSIT ticket when you next need support!  It is way faster, and more convenient for both CNSIT […]

CNSIT South Graduate Student Orientation

Monday, August 15th, 2016, 1:24 pm MT - posted by Caty Critz

Your CSU eID Account Your CSU eName (aka, eID) is your University wide username.  This, in combination with your CSU password, is what you will use to gain access to almost all resources you have access to. Your E-mail Account (O365) Your CSU inbox is where mail sent to your CSU e-mail address is delivered.  […]

Lynda.com is Back!

Friday, July 29th, 2016, 2:41 pm MT - posted by Ross Madden

I have just learned, from Scott Baily, directory of ACNS, that the online online education company that offers thousands of video courses in software, creative, and business skills is once again available.  This time, it is available either through the Poudre Valley Library system! Here is Scott’s message with the details, enjoy! Years ago the […]

Pangea: Next Generation

Thursday, March 24th, 2016, 2:01 pm MT - posted by Ross Madden

Pangea is evolving!  We have some exciting changes to announce with relation to the Pangea file serving service available to CNSIT South affiliates.  Over the past few years, we have been able to carefully watch how folks are utilizing Pangea.  This usage information, along with technological advances (and some handy changes in how we can […]

New BMB Order Form

Thursday, March 10th, 2016, 1:34 pm MT - posted by Caty Critz

There is a new BMB Order Form! It looks and acts very much like the old order form, with a couple of minor changes. First, The bottom button is now a email button instead of a submit button.                         Put in your email (i.e: […]

Sharing Folders on OneDrive For Business

Thursday, March 3rd, 2016, 5:33 pm MT - posted by Caty Critz

One Drive for Business is Cloud Storage available for CSU faculty, staff and students. Currently, 1 TB of personal storage is available to each individual. To login to Office 365, go to https://portal.office.com Please keep in mind that for authenticating to O365 services at CSU, your Username must be in the format of eName@colostate.edu (you […]

Cloud Storage for Personal Data

Thursday, March 3rd, 2016, 12:08 pm MT - posted by Ross Madden

Personal storage has been handled by many different technologies over the years.  At first, the term was just used to describe data on your personal computer – stored in it’s local hard drive.  We may have supplemented this storage with the use of external hard drives that we could move around from one computer to […]