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Intro Lecture - IST 346 Introductory Lecture Fall 2011...

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IST 346 Introductory Lecture Fall 2011 Stephen Rieks
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IST 346 Instructor : Stephen J. Rieks My contact information: Email: [email protected] (preferred) or blackboard email Office: 621 Skytop Road, Suite 130, room 130-40 Phone: 315-443-4912 TA’s this semester: Tuesday / Thursday day class Yani J Brown [email protected] Thursday evening class Mandy Chow [email protected]
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About Me Previous Employment: Various on-site networking and computing support companies throughout central New York and at Corning Inc. Currently Employed: Syracuse University, Information Technology and Service, currently Director of Computing Systems and Support for the Division of Business and Finance, Academic Affairs, & ITS. Worked at the University since Spring 1997. Credentials: BS – Photonics (optics, 1992) MS -Information Management 2004 MBA – Whitman - currently enrolled, project graduation date, 2013 Current Technology: Windows 2003 / 2008 servers, MSSQL, VMWare ESX, SANS, VDI, much more…
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Contacting You ! If I need to contact you for reasons such as cancelling class, special assignment, etc, I will do so via our blackboard. It is very important that each of you login to blackboard at least once per day.
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Goals for the Course Course Description states “Introduction to computer hardware and operating systems; client / server OS operations and administration for secure computing; business applications, and analysis of alternative systems hardware and OS platforms.” Additional Information Teach you about the real world with respect to “what do to and what NOT to do” Share my “war stories” in an attempt to illustrate “what’s out there”. Have you leave here with hands-on practical skills and managerial knowledge of what best to do.
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LMS System Effective fall 2011, the iSchool transitioned its learning management services from a locally administered system to the centrally supported SU Blackboard system. This system is our primary delivery vehicle for online instruction and it serves as an important supplement to an increasing percentage of on-campus courses. We strongly encourage you to incorporate Blackboard into your course and we have extensive staff expertise to help you find the right blend between traditional and online instruction. Questions regarding the LMS should be directed to [email protected] or Peggy Brown at 315-443-9370. ALL ACTIVITY ON BB IS TRACKABLE ! This includes usage, what is said, when/how often you logon, what you do when logged in, etc.
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Required Materials Textbook : The Practice of System and Network Administration, 2nd Limoncelli, Hogan, Chalup <ISBN 13: 978-0-321-49266-1> Get is at the university bookstore or online (B&N, Amazon, etc) you need it so get it and read it!
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Posted Material I will post all lectures on BB previous to class time. This will give you the opportunity to review the slides prior to class and prepare any questions you may have. Laptop’s are not allowed in class !
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