Spring 2009 [Number 243]
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NIH Federated Identity Service
Would you like to streamline interagency cooperation? Are authentication processes hampering
your embrace of Web 2.0 tools and data sharing? Find out about our award-winning Federated Identity Service.
The NIH Biowulf Cluster: Supercomputing for Intramural Scientists
Ten years ago, a cluster of ordinary desktop computers arrived at NIH to help solve complex biomedical problems. Find out more here.
Designing Conference Rooms for an Interactive World
Never again walk into your conference room faced with the hassle of cable coils, confusing buttons, or multiple remotes. Get a better conference room custom-designed for your needs.
WYLBUR Will Be Retiring
WYLBUR, the Titan editing and batch processing system, will be retiring on December 31, 2009.
CIT Participates in IPIC 2009 Conference
At this yearís IPIC conference, the NIH Federated Identity Service received the GITEC 2009 Project Management Excellence Award and was the focus of CITís exhibit.
Introducing CITís Updated Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS) Service
If you havenít tried MOSS yet, now is a great time: CIT is enhancing the existing service with
additional features not available in the initial service offering.
VideoCast Website Offers a New Feature: iCalendar
An easy way to keep track of upcoming world-class lectures and seminars - to be watched from
the comfort of your own office.
Going Green by Increasing Printing Efficiency
Changing the way you view your Titan output can help conserve energy and save you money.
When Was the Last Time You Looked at Titan?
Did you know that far from being an outdated platform, mainframes are actually proving their
true value? Check out the reliability, security, and lowered costs of CITís Titan (z/OS).
Ask the NIH Help Desk
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Changes in CIT policies and standards of service, as well as significant changes made to hardware and software on various platforms at the NIH Data Center, are announced in this publication.
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