SAS Computing provides a shared calendaring service via Meeting Maker software. Meeting Maker comes installed on all SAS machines, and allows individual calendar scheduling and group meeting organization. People, locations, and resources (such as equipment) can all have accounts, and meetings can be scheduled with all three to both invite individuals and block out time with a room or resource.
As with other aspects of computing support, SAS faculty and staff receive their primary support for desktop computing (desktops. laptops, and other mobile devices) from their SAS Computing Local Support Provider (LSP). However, SAS Computing staff members from the Desktop Computing and Network Services workgroup administer a number a number of programs and manage a number of systems relevant to desktop computing support initiatives across the School, as well as set standards for supported hardware and operating systems.
If you are having problems getting set up to use AirPennNet or if you are
experiencing problems while using AirPennNet, help is available. Here are your
help options, based on your University affiliation.
The mail.sas computer supports electronic communications for students,
faculty and staff in the School of Arts and Sciences. In order to provide
sufficient resources for the entire SAS community, we must limit resources
given to each individual.