Monthly Archives: April 2010

Find Out What’s Next

As we continue to gather feedback from the University community on what changes they would like to see to the University’s portal, we do have some next steps already in mind. The immediate next step is to simplify and standardize … Continue reading Continue reading

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Changes to Your Seton Hall Account

In an effort to protect your identity and the University’s data, DoIT will implement password expiration rules and strong password requirements. Continue reading

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Apple Removes Teaching App From App Store

Apple generally makes news by publishing new apps, not by unpublishing them. But last week, it made some educators upset when it removed an app, Scratch Viewer, from the iTunes App Store. Scratch Viewer was designed to let educators and … Continue reading Continue reading

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Our New Look…

So you noticed the new look of the PirateNet sign-in page huh? This is our first step to modernizing the experience that you have when utilizing SHU technology resources on the web.  The new sign-on page has been designed to … Continue reading Continue reading

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Welcome!

Seton Hall University implemented its first portal for our community members in 2001. Since then we have made vast improvements in every aspect of technology including the move to a new portal technology in January of 2009; one which was … Continue reading Continue reading

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Using Mobile Devices to Improve Healthcare Around the World – Microsoft Research

All good things, of course, but with mobile technology having passed its novelty stage, some uses hold greater portent. The traditional role of the cellphone is evolving rapidly to provide more computing power, increased display capabilities, and enhanced Web connectivity. These … Continue reading Continue reading

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How “Open” is Android?

What’s even more fascinating is how closed Android is, despite Google’s do-no-evil mantra and the permissive Apache 2 license which Android SDK is under. Paraphrasing a famous line from Henry Ford’s book on the Model-T, anyone can have Android in … Continue reading Continue reading

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TLTR Presents, Copyright Symposium

Register for the April 22 Copyright Symposium – Topic: Legal Literacy in the Information Age Continue reading

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