While the technology bust has left thousands of highly skilled people looking for work and even considering a career change, the lure of a career in IT hasn’t completely evaporated. For a fortunate few IT interns each year, the Berkeley Lab offers an opportunity to work in a computing environment that offers a little bit of everything in the way of technology innovation.
The Berkeley Lab internal search page, http://search.lbl.gov/, will soon be based exclusively on the Google search appliance.
After an evaluation of both search engines, ITSD determined that Google
is considerably more powerful and precise than the current UltraSeek Lab
search engine, which will be phased out over the next several months.
CDs are fast becoming the medium of choice in document preparation. These days, the report you receive is as likely to be read on screen as in your lap. TEID is ready to produce these CDs with its new CD burner.
Tip of the Month: Managing Local Mail Folders Using Mozilla
Problem: "I've changed the name of one of my local mail folders and now I don't see any of the emails that were in it. Also, if I create a folder and put email in it, the emails disappear. What's wrong?"
Use care when creating or renaming local mail folders. To avoid problems, don't use special characters such as !". * + , / : ; < = > ? [ \ ] | # when creating folder names. If a local mail folder becomes unreadable, contact the Help desk at Ext. 4357 immediately for assistance.
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