Winter 2009 [Number 245]
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Open Identity for Open Government at NIH
After leading the way in interagency collaboration with the NIH Federated Identity Service, NIH is
now the first federal agency to participate in the Open Identity for Open Government Initiative pilot
program, which aims to streamline individuals’ interactions with government websites.
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The Active Directory Manager (ADM)
Do you manage Active Directory accounts? Then find out more about Active Directory Manager
(ADM) and how it is connected with the NIH Enterprise Directory (NED).
Live Upgrade Now Available on Hosted Sun Solaris Servers
Did you know that CIT reduced outage times for patching on Sun Solaris servers (hosted through
our Unix Hosted Services) by implementing Live Upgrade?
Titan Default Printer Switches to Cut Sheet
The switch to cut-sheet paper helps CIT reduce costs and energy use, as part of NIH’s Greening Goals. If you would like to reduce your own printer usage, learn about alternatives to printing your output.
CIT Now Offers Windows and Unix Hosting Services at Off-Campus Site
Did you know that in addition to our existing on-campus Windows and Unix Hosting Services,
CIT is now offering the same full-service hosting off-campus?
The End of Wylbur
Have you been putting off preparing for Wylbur’s retirement on December 31, 2009? Here is one
more overview of the resources CIT is making available to help with the transition.
CIT Computer Training Program Update
The CIT Computer Training Program website has a new look and updated functionality, including
RSS feeds. Find out what else is new at CIT Training.
The NIH web page is one of the most frequently visited federal government websites.
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The server has been up 100% of the time* during October.
* Server uptime is independent of network accessibility.
Interface contains information concerning services and facilities provided
by the Center for Information Technology to NIH and other government agencies.
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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