We are preparing for today’s Forum at HSPH event from the Leadership Studio.
The Andelot Series on Science Controversies
Alzheimers: What is the Value of Knowing Early?
A View Across Five Countries
Tune in at noon!
While we are very excited about the release of new Apple’s Lion OS X, we are not ready to support it at HSPH.
We will be testing the Lion OS over the coming weeks with common HSPH applications and will send an update.
We are pleased to announce that we are now able to support syncing GroupWise contacts, calendars and email to the Verizon iPhone.
If you would like to take advantage of this new ability, you will need to purchase a NotifyLink license from the IT Department. The cost is $150 per year.
To begin the setup process, your department administrator will need to send an email to the Helpdesk requesting a license for you. This email should include your contact information and a 33-digit billing code. Once we have the license set up, we will contact you to schedule a time to configure your phone.
Please email the Helpdesk at email@example.com if you have any questions.
The Harvard PIN system is currently having problems. This will affect access to harvie.harvard.edu, the HSPH Publisher and anything with an HUID/PIN login. Harvard University Information Technology is working on this and we will send out an email when it is resolved.
We are sorry for any inconvenience this may be causing.
** UPDATE from Harvard PIN **
To users of all administrative systems (Oracle, CREW, PeopleSoft, HUBS, GMAS, HirBERT, Brio, Hyperion, CAADS):
At 10:45 the 60 Oxford Street data center experienced a firewall issue that interrupted connectivity. This did affect PIN authentication and HU-LDAP as well as other applications.
Although systems including PIN and HU-LDAP have recovered, some lingering issues have been observed. We have been notified that there might be some additional network instability as the troubleshooting continues. This could result in some intermittent PIN and HU-LDAP service interruptions. Users should be aware that while they can log into systems, they may experience some interruptions throughout the afternoon.
This message will be updated later as more information becomes available.
We appreciate your patience as work through this issue.
UPDATE: 6/28/2011, 1:00 pm, issue has been identified after consultation with vendor and network administrators. Configurations changes have been made to prevent issue in the future. All systems are fully functional.
In order to help faculty and teaching assistants manage and administer summer course iSites, the Department of Information Technology will be holding two iSites training sessions. The sessions are scheduled for:
We are featuring an all-day live webcast from Kresge G1 sponsored by the Center for Global Tobacco Control.
The Family Smoking Prevention and Tobacco Control Act: Regulatory Science and the Tobacco Industry
Congratulations to HSPH graduates!
Commencement video coverage may be viewed at:
Update (5/4 @ 1 PM): Our notifylink upgrade is complete. All iPhone users should be receiving mail normally now.
To all iPhone users syncing to the groupwise system, we will be upgrading our syncing software tomorrow (5/4) at 10am. This upgrade will allow new features and give our Verizon iPhone users the ability to connect.
Starting at 10am you will not be able to send/receive emails on your iPhone. This is expected to last approximately 5 hours or less. Your groupwise account (and groupwise web access) will not be affected during this time period and you can still use it normally.
No action is required on your part after the upgrade. After the upgrade is complete all emails received with automatically sync up with your phone.
Please call the helpdesk if you have any questions or concerns.
Thanks for your cooperation.