CAS Computing Services
- Essentially unlimited storage space (but don't abuse it)
- Students as well as faculty and staff can store files there
- Is also the home of your personal webspace (as well as just about everyone else's)
Everyone at UVM is assigned a UVM netID. This netID is used as your email account, authenticates you as a UVM affiliate for many databases and applications you use every day (Peoplesoft, Oracle Calendar, your Active Directory joined Windows computer, PGP Whole Disk Encryption, UVM Blogs, LimeSurvey, etc.)
In addition your UVM netID gives you access to a directory under the same name on the Zoo file server system.
Zoofiles capacity is essentially unlimited, there are no quotas enforced. However, this is a cooperative environment so we ask that everyone be respectful of others and only use this disk space for UVM-related storage needs.
The Zoo filespace is also where you can set up your own personal website. Information on this can be found in the UVM webguide.
Last modified September 12 2012 03:30 PM