You know what they say, a rotten apple spoils the barrel. That’s why ITS is making sure yours stays ripe, thanks to the Client Support staff receiving Apple certification enabling them to support Macintosh computers. Bring your laptop or desktop in for some Maclovin’ and while we’re on the topic of Client Support, a Client Support Walk-in Center is now available in the Computer Resource Center, Willcox Hall – 2nd floor, Pleasantville Campus, Monday – Friday, 9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m. Visit either this center or the one located in One Pace Plaza, New York Campus, Room W209 – 2nd floor for computer assistance.
Additionally, Macs have been popping up all over the NYC and Westchester campuses, thanks to ITS and the Library. And, if that’s not sweet enough, the new units will be equipped with Final Cut Pro, a really sophisticated video editing program, for students, faculty, and staff to use. And that’s not all: IT has also set up an Apple Podcast Producer, an automatic and easy way to create and publish podcasts to iTunes, a blog, or other website. You can also easily download your podcast to your computer, iPod, iPhone, or Apple TV. For more information on Podcast Produce, contact Joe Constantino.
Finally, if you’re tired of heading to the labs to get a bite out of the sweet Apple, then use your ITS Discounts to pick up one of your own. Students, faculty, and staff who buy a new Mac with Apple education pricing through September 7 will also get a free 8GB iPod Touch. Sounds like a Mcsteal to us.