Off-campus access to CSUMBINFO changing

We are in the process of transitioning how users access CSUMBINFO from off-campus. Anyone that uses SFTP today to access CSUMBINFO should begin using the web-based SSL VPN service as soon as possible.

SFTP access to CSUMBINO will be turned off on December 31, 2014.

Off Campus access to CSUMBINFO via the web

Lab Software Review (LSR) Deadline is November 18

Lab Software Review (LSR)

The Lab Software Review is a joint process sponsored by Technology Support Services in cooperation with the Faculty Senate Technology Committee and the Center for Academic Technologies (CAT). The purpose of the review is to establish software content for academic computing labs at CSUMB.

The Spring 2015 Review is a minor update to software standards established in previous lab loadsets.

Lab Software Review Schedule:

Adobe Creative Cloud 2014 (CC) available at no cost to CSUMB Students, Staff and Faculty

A one-year subscription to Adobe Creative Cloud (CC) is available at no cost to a limited number of CSUMB students, staff and faculty for installation/use on personal computers.

Distribution of these licenses is on a first come, first served basis and will be available until all licenses have been distributed. 

To obtain Adobe Creative Cloud (CC) software, please follow these steps:

Dorm Wired Network Registration System Upgraded

The wired network registration service used in all Residence Hall/North Quad Suites has been replaced with a new service that is much faster and easier to use. The overall registration process is the same as before:

1) Plug your computer into the network
2) Launch a web browser and follow the prompts/instructions (details shown below)


This is the initial screen confirming you are connected to the CSUMB network. Click Continue to continue.

Current service priority is getting campus ready for new and returning students

As the new academic year approaches, we are making every effort to prepare the campus for Fall classes. Several projects are wrapping up and students and faculty will be returning to campus. In order to ensure that we can complete work on time we have prioritized our current workload:

Changes coming to CSUMB's WiFi network on Wednesday, June 25

On Wednesday, June 25, users will notice a few small changes to CSUMB's wireless network:

Internet Explorer vulnerability patch coming to CSUMB computers

On April 26, 2014, Microsoft posted a Security Advisory about a "zero day" vulnerability in Internet Explorer that could be used to remotely execute code on your computer.

On May, 2014, Microsoft released a Security Update for Internet Explorer to resolve this vulnerability. 

Adobe Creative Cloud (CC) available to CSUMB Students, Staff and Faculty

A one-year subscription to Adobe Creative Cloud (CC) is available at not cost to CSUMB students, staff and faculty. 

To obtain Adobe Creative Cloud (CC) software, please follow these steps:

1) Obtain an Adobe redemption code from the Monterey Bay Academic Software Center. It's important for you to save your redemption code because it will only be available in the Software Center for 31-days.

Microsoft software for CSUMB Staff and Faculty

For a small fee, the following Microsoft titles are available through a work-at-home license (WAH) program for all CSUMB Staff and Faculty (list subject to change):

MLC 156 moving to Windows hardware/software

Over the summer, the dual-boot Mac hardware in MLC 156 will be upgraded/replaced with new Windows hardware running Windows 7.  

No hardware changes will be made to the MLC 110 Mac lab.