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Use of technology resources is a privilege granted by the College. Use of any information technology implicitly affirms that you will abide by all applicable federal, state and College policies that govern technology and information resources. The information technology facilities of SUNY Plattsburgh (computer hardware, software, networks, data, video, and other information facilities) are shared resources that directly support and facilitate teaching, research, public service, and administrative functions of the College.
The College strives to provide the most current and useful information technology, resources, and networks to faculty, students, and staff. The excellence of our system is dependent on the integrity of our users. Individuals are accountable for their actions and all activity involving the accounts for which they have responsibility. Therefore, users are expected to:
Network and system administrators will do their best to maintain a robust and responsive network and ensure privacy to all users.
Please know, however, that privacy cannot be guaranteed. Network troubleshooting sometimes requires the capture and analysis of data packs, so no privacy should be assumed. Right to privacy is forfeited by engaging in an activity outlined above. The administrator of the system will employ any means necessary to prevent a breach of system security including disabling an account or collecting evidence by scanning the content files.
Violations to the responsible use guidelines will be pursued in accordance with established College practices, policies, and procedures. Such violation may result in loss of technology privileges and campus judicial charges.
For more information about Library and Information Technology Services, please contact:
Holly Heller-Ross, Dean
Library and Information Technology Services
2 Draper Avenue, Plattsburgh, NY 12901
Phone: (518) 564-5180
Fax: (518) 564-5100