JerseyConnect Service Updates for 2012

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Email Account Size Increased

Effective February 20, 2012, the disk space limit for all JerseyConnect hosted email accounts will be raised to 1GB per account.

JerseyConnect Cloud Storage Service

JerseyConnect is also pleased to announce a cloud storage service, available starting February 20, 2012. This service is available to complement a library’s existing backup strategy with storage at a remote site. Each library is entitled to 100 GB of space, regardless of use of any other JerseyConnect services.

Please note JerseyConnect cloud storage is provided as a self-managed backup solution and is not designed to host data for user access. As a self-managed service, periodic backups will not be maintained and deleted files cannot be restored by JerseyConnect staff – it is your backup.

Highlights:

  • 100 GB of cloud storage available to any library, regardless of use of any other JerseyConnect services
  • Convenient web interface, with WebDAV support and a suite of desktop tools available (see http://www.filerun.com for details)
     

For a demonstration of the service go to http://storage.jerseyconnect.net and login with – username: demo, password: d3m0pass.

To request your cloud storage space, just open a HelpDesk case and the JerseyConnect staff will be happy to get you set up.

JerseyConnect is Getting Social

You can now keep up with changes at JerseyConnect from your favorite social media account. Check the JerseyConnect website for details!

Finally, come join the customer forums on the redesigned JerseyConnect website. These forums are available for JerseyConnect customers to discuss their experience with JerseyConnect’s services, along with any issues affecting libraries in New Jersey. You can use your HelpDesk credentials or JerseyConnect email address and password to log in – no registration required!

Please note that the forums are not moderated or monitored by JerseyConnect staff, and are not a substitute for the HelpDesk system.