Monthly Archives: November 2014

Using Dropbox at Sussex

I’ve been impressed with the new version of Webdrive – especially how it lets you map a Dropbox account as if it’s a regular drive on your PC. We’ve had a lot of problems with Dropbox over the last few years. On the

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Fulton timelapse

During the building of Fulton in 2009-10, we put a webcam in Bramber to see how things were going. The result was this timelapse film showing the complete build. Spot the snow falls in December and January! Watch the film

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Chromebook loans taking off

The self-service laptop loans are off to a great start in the Library. Over 500 people have borrowed a Chromebook so far. Clearly some are trying out the service to see how it works but there are plenty of repeat borrowers. The

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Security alerts

It’s been a week of security alerts. One of the regular monthly updates released by Microsoft in November was a fix for a particularly dangerous bug with a key part of Windows security. Like IT departments all over the world, we

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