Make sure your equipment is running fine meets the requirements and plan for

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Make sure your equipment is running fine, meets the requirements, and plan for failure/emergencies early on. Think about alternative options (worst case scenario) ahead of time. What if the computer breaks down or the Internet access does not work the night of the due date? What are your options? Do you know where to go? When are computer labs open? Can you tether through your phone? General Tech Support: Student Help Desk (ADM 110) Information Technology Services (ITS) has a student Help Desk to assist you with computer related problems. They are located in Administration 110 and their phone number is 415-338-1420 . Free for all SFSU students For all kinds of computer related questions and support Free Antivirus software and MS Office 2016 for all students Mon-Thu 8-6pm, Fri until 5pm [email protected] SFSU Email instructions and configuration help: © ISYS 663, all rights reserved by the instructor.
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iLearn, CourseStream, and Labspace Support (AT in LIB 220) Academic Technology (AT) provides support for iLearn, CourseStream and LapSpace. Visit them in the library building in LIB 220 Mon-Fri 8-5pm. You can contact them also at 415-405-5555, [email protected] , or [email protected] . Apple Computers and iOS Most of the activities in this class can be completed on all types of computers. The biggest issues for Apple users are the MyITLab MS Access projects, which you won’t be able to complete on a Mac by default. There is no version of MS Access for the Mac. There are a few alternative options provided by SF State: Complete these assignments on campus computer resources, e.g. in the computer lab (24/7) Rent laptops from the library for free and complete the assignments on them Use the SFSU remote login into labspace and run virtual Excel/Access ( ) Use VMware Fusion & DreamSpark software as a virtual PC running Windows on your Mac Computer Resources There are multiple computer resources on campus with different hours (24/7) and options. Please check ahead of time so you are familiar with your options in case of failure. Campus Computer Labs College of Business Computer Lab: SFSU campus computer labs: Library Technology: Hours: Free Laptop Rental (Library) You can rent out laptops at the SFSU Library for free: - checkout-0 Free Software (MS Office, McAfee Anti-Virus, VMware, DreamSpark) SF State students are eligible to obtain MS Office 2016 Educational for free: SF State students are eligible to obtain Anti-Virus: Please check with the student help desk in ADM 110 for help. © ISYS 663, all rights reserved by the instructor.
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VMware Fusion & Microsoft DreamSpark (Windows on a Mac) Microsoft has donated an academic alliance subscription to the College of Business at San Francisco State University. The ISYS department has purchased an academic license for VMware Fusion to run Windows on a Mac. Access is limited to
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