Viruses, spam, Pipeline upgrades await VSU users

Here is an article on computer viruses, spam, and the new portal for which I was interviewed for the Spectator, the university student news paper. Josh Stone Campus computers are getting sick from e-mail viruses and spam, but Information Technology staff members say they have medicine to fight the problem. “We can’t really eliminate them, but we… Continue reading Viruses, spam, Pipeline upgrades await VSU users

New WebCT upgrade currently being tested

Here is an article on a WebCT upgrade for which I was interviewed for the Spectator, the university student news paper. Mirabai Oyao WebCT now has an upgrade available and VSU expects it to start operating after graduation in December. “In the past we have been hesitant about upgrading our [VSU’s] system because we [the… Continue reading New WebCT upgrade currently being tested

SGA holds online elections

Here is an article on a online elections for which I was interviewed for the Spectator, the university student news paper. Kate Gaulding SGA election polls will open for senator candidates next Tuesday at midnight. Cody Guined, SGA president, said the polls will be open 24 hours online on the VSU web page. Only online voting… Continue reading SGA holds online elections

Viruses, worms pose threat

Here is an article on computer viruses for which I was interviewed for the Spectator, the university student news paper. Lindsey Giddens Staff Writer Viruses are running rampant and are extremely contagious. But these viruses don’t attack your immune system–they attack your hard drive. The term virus is used to describe viruses, worms and trojans.… Continue reading Viruses, worms pose threat