Need to work remotely? Putting together a sophisticated registration mechanism for an event? Wondering what guidelines inform how we work? Or perhaps you just like to read really long documents. Find what you need in this important section.
Sometimes it is handy to save files to a USB flash drive (aka "USB key", "thumbdrive," or "jumpdrive"). It can get tricky, however, when transferring files from a Columbia College computer encrypted with BitLocker or GuardianEdge.
Many people use public cloud storage, such as Dropbox, Google Docs, and Google Drive, for storing personal files. While these cloud-based products and services are useful, there are related privacy and security concerns. For users of the College computing environment, it is necessary to consider appropriate usage.
Wildfire 1.2 was released last night. Wildfire 1.2 drops support for the clunky old Edit On Pro editor and replaces it with the shiny new TinyMCE editor. This means no more slow loading java and more wysiwyg features. We hope that this will substantially improve the usability of Wildfire.