OneNet System to Provide Improved Service to Campus
On Tuesday, March 4, e-mail services at UTC will be transitioned
to the new OneNet system.
"OneNet represents a major upgrade for the University,"
according to Rodger Ling, UTC Director of Technology Support Services.
Along with the necessary change in configuration, OneNet will also
bring a number of enhanced services, including a new and improved
web-based e-mail called Netmail that allows users to check e-mail
from any Internet-linked computer.
"Although Netmail will not be available until March 4, all
UTC faculty, staff, and students already have access to network
storage and personal web pages through OneNet, and they are encouraged
to connect to http://onenet.utc.edu
and see what's available," Ling said.
For the technical staff at UTC, OneNet represents an essential upgrade
to the computing infrastructure and the opportunity to provide new
services for the campus, Ling added.
The UTC Help Desk, 425-4000, is available for any difficulties encountered
during the transition.
"Faculty, staff and students are invited to use the "feedback"
button inside OneNet or email
us to give us your comments," Ling said.