Your University of Waterloo account
- Life-cycle: Planning/purchasing/installing/removal of equipment
- Security of your machine
- These include computational resources (e.g. cpu, storage, displays, bandwidth, peripherals) and physical space (labs, shared offices, study areas)
- Food and drink are not allowed in any shared physical space provided by the Faculty for computational purposes (e.g. all labs, shared graduate offices, etc.); the only exception is non-spillable drink containers. Departmental units are responsible for enforcing this rule in shared physical space within their unit.
- Resources are to be used for academic purposes (see description of ethical use)
- Do not monopolize resources (e.g. occupying public lab space for long periods of time, running computationally intensive processes at high priority, downloading large data sources at peak times, etc.)
- Be mindful of those around you (e.g. work quietly so as to not disturb others) and sensitive to their needs
- Violations may be dealt with by denying access to the shared resource
- Contact Math Faculty Computing Facility to report any problems related to a shared resource
- Computing labs may be booked for academic purposes by anyone in the Faculty of Mathematics and by others (again for academic purposes only) upon approval of the Associate Dean, Computing.
- Contact MFCF Help to book (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- External services (email, off-site files, ...)
- Many of these are accessible to others, including foreign governments. They are not to be used for any university business that may contain sensitive information as described in Policy 46 - Information Management.