Jennings A. Jones College Of Business
Integrating Technology in Teaching & Research
University Computer Lab is open 24/7
Student Centered Learning Environment
Computer Lab Demo Rooms
Master Classrooms equipped with State of the art Technologies
How is the Campus Network Configured?
A server is a computer exclusively dedicated to share its data files, printers and other services.
A network resource refers to a data file or a laser printer residing in a computer on the campus network.
Once your computer is properly configured to use the campus network you should be
able to see servers and other computers that were setup to share folders or printers
through the network. The MTSU campus network allows you access to:
- Campus computers, such as
- Academic and Administrative Servers: frank, acad1, bonnie, clyde, etc.
- Windows NT Servers for the College of Business to access the S: drive
- Windows computers sharing resources such as printers or file folders
- Network Printers such as HP LaserJet printers
- The Internet.
- This is a worldwide computer network where you can :
- use e-mail to communicate with other people
- look for articles in other libraries from behind your PC
- access the World Wide Web (WWW)
- access FTP sites in order to download files
- The College of Business work groups, which are: