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News and Announcement
Proxmox replaces VMWare
Computer Science’s virtual environment moved away from VWMare ESXi to Proxmox. So far its performances exceeded our expectations. The downtime for VM live migration between VM host servers is less than one second.
Authentication servers update
We replaced old authentication servers with new ones in summer 2022. The new authentication servers work better with sssd.
Webmail and SSH require 2FA
CS Department now requires two factor authentication on its webmail and SSH access. Users can use their DUO app to store their webmail and SSH 2FA profiles. Due to different implementations, we cannot combine webmail 2FA and SSH 2FA. Check ‘How-to’ pages on systems website for details.
Mail Server Retired
Email server mail.cs.fsu.edu has been retired. Server mail2.cs.fsu.edu is the new email server. Please report any email issues to Systems Group.
Tech Fee Fund Granted
Computer Science was granted over $85k Technology Fee to improve its classrooms audio and video systems, to upgrade Grad Lab computers, to replace a gigabit network device to 10-gigabit, and to build a private cloud file service to students.
Improvement to the Majors Lab
A large size whiteboard was installed in the lab. A nice new paper and supply storage console replaced the old metal cabinet. A new scanner with top feeder was installed in the lab.
New locks for offices and labs
University granted over $37k fund to replace Computer Science’s old Locknetics card swipe locks in Love Building. The new locks are wifi controlled and centrally managed by FSU PD. There will be no more manual in person lock updates.
Majors Lab added new computers
Ten new computers and seventeen new 24″ LCD monitors were added to the Majors Lab. All computers in the Majors Lab are now new with Windows 10 and Linux Mint 17 dual boot.
Tech Fee Fund Granted
Computer Science was awarded $100k fund by the University Tech Fee Committee to upgrade its computer and network infrastructure.
Offices MCH101 – 106 Renovation Project
University granted over $97k fund to renovate Computer Science office suites MCH101 to 106. The project includes install new carpets, repair and repaint walls and doors, repair water intrusion.