Policies and Procedures

policies of CEHS Tech (blue)   Administrative Rights

A local administrator is a person who has access to manage her or his own computer.  The responsibilities of a local administrator involves the operating system, hardware installations and configurations, application installations, and upgrades. Generally, it is against University and College policy for users to have administrative rights for a computer.

Administrative Rights

 policies of CEHS Tech (red) Printing Policy & Procedures

The goal of the College of Education and Human Services printer policy is to control costs, ensure that equipment is properly maintained and in working order, and ensure compliance of responsible use of computing equipment (i.e. for University business).

Printing Policy & Procedures

policies of CEHS Tech (green)  

Procurement Policy

In information technology, hardware refers to the physical aspect of computers, telecommunications, and other devices.  Hardware includes not only the computer proper but also the cables, connectors, power supply units, and peripheral devices such as the keyboard, mouse, audio speakers, and printers.

Procurement Policy

 policies of CEHS Tech (blue) Technology Services & Responsibilities

All hardware and/or software purchases.
All technical support for computers and printers (including but not limiting: email, viruses, passwords, local or network printing, etc.).
All hardware and software installations.

Technology Services & Responsibilities

 policies of CEHS Tech (red) Web Update Procedure

Web updates can be submitted to CEHS Technology Services via email francisj@mail.montclair.edu or can be brought to University Hall Room 2103.  Please see below for instructions on web updates.

Web Update Procedure

 policies of CEHS Tech (green) Responsible Use of University Computing Resources

As a part of the physical and social learning infrastructure, Montclair State University acquires, develops, and maintains computers, computer systems, and networks.  These computing resources are intended for University?related purposes.

Responsible Use of University Computing Resources