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Posts from ‘August, 2017’

Internet Services restored around 7:45 AM

Beginning last night around 10:30 PM, ASU experienced an Internet service outage that lasted until roughly 7:45 AM. There were reports of other services in the area such as Spectrum Cable Internet and Verizon data services being down as well. We have reached out to CenturyLink, our main campus Internet Service Provider to understand what […]

Networking and Internet Services restored following a brief outage

At around 4:30 PM, campus experienced an outage to networking services due to an apparent hardware error on the campus firewall. Services were restored at around 5:30 PM. Computing Services will continue to monitor the situation closely and more deeply investigate the cause of the outage. This was not a planned outage, and we sincerely apologize for […]

Solar Eclipse viewing on ASU campus

Adams State will be hosting a public viewing session for the solar eclipse on August 21, on the sidewalk outside the planetarium, from 10:45 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.  There will be a couple of telescopes with solar filters, and one projecting an image of the Sun onto a screen.  Safe solar glasses will be available […]

Computing Services Maintenance for this Thursday (8/10) and Banner Maintenance Saturday (8/12)

With the beginning of the semester fast approaching, Computing Services has a significant amount of maintenance we must complete this week. Below are all of the maintenance activities taking place this week: **Thursday Night Maintenance Activities** Beginning at 6:00 PM, we will be performing upgrades to the PaperCut and WebPrint systems. This will not affect […]

Blackboard and Web Services restored

We experienced an unplanned outage to Web Services and Blackboard early this morning, and have fully restored services around 7:45 AM. We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience this has caused. Computing Services  

Village of the Strong People

San Juan Pueblo-Ohkay Owingeh,  means “Village of the Strong People”. The language spoken by the San Juan Pueblo is Tewa. The first contact they had with the Spanish was in 1598, when Juan de Onate arrived on a survey exploration. The Spanish were impressed by the friendly people of the San Juan Pueblo. Onate named […]

Visit from a Friend

Last Monday Jeanne Brako the Curator of Collections from the Center of Southwest Studies at Fort Lewis College in Durango stopped by to visit the Luther Bean Museum.  I meet Jeanne when I went on my first museum trip. Since her area of expertise is textiles her visit turned into a work session.  Jeannie showed […]

Planned network outage, CS Maintenance and Recycle Run this week (Thursday-Saturday 8/3 – 8/5)

With the beginning of the semester fast approaching, Computing Services has a significant amount of maintenance we must complete in the next few weeks. Below are all of the maintenance activities taking place this week: **Planned campus network and employee telephone downtime, this Thursday from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM** In order to retire a […]

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