CCIS has 3 lab facilities in its building West Village H.
The CCIS Systems Group maintains a specific suite of software for use by students in the college. Programming languages and integrated development environments (IDEs) can usually be downloaded by students for their personal systems for free.
The primary online storage for student data is on the Linux servers but there is a transparent way that data created on the Windows systems in the labs may be saved to the Linux storage area.
Central IT supplies a large suite of general purpose software on its NUnet network. This software may be accessed both on the machines managed by Central IT and on the CCIS lab systems. This software cannot be downloaded by students for free. If you use this software, you may want to take advantage of the CCIS options for online data storage.
Many faculty and students choose to work with a machine that is configured to run more than one operating system. In this case, you need to partition both the internal memory and the available hard drive space.
Here are some recommended system parameters: