Authors: Wei Feinstein, Shawfeng Dong, Gary Jung For almost 20 years, the IT Division’s Scientific Computing Group at Berkeley Lab, also known as HPCS (High Performance Computing Services), has stood out as a national leader and pioneer in high performance computing — essentially defining the … [Read more...]
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Since late 1998, the IT Division has worked with local community colleges throughout the Bay Area to employ, train, and mentor student interns. Through the User Support Internship program, many students have gained valuable, real-world IT skills and experience at Berkeley Lab and moved forward to … [Read more...]
Author: Geoff Hamm Do you get emails asking you to upload files or funding information to records of your published work? Does the task sometimes seem complicated or daunting? Do you wonder whether it matters, or makes a difference? The Research Services Team is here for you!Under the DOE’s … [Read more...]
IT is offering many new and exciting courses for Berkeley Lab folks! 📌 Register for IT Training today to reserve your seat. Excel Data Analysis: Introduction, May 23Python Introduction to Machine Learning, May 24, 26R Data Wrangling and Manipulation: May 24, 26Excel Data Analysis: … [Read more...]
The number one recommendation by IT professionals and Berkeley Lab Cyber Security is to keep computers up-to-date. We strongly encourage running Microsoft or Apple updates on any computers which have been turned off for some time. Computer vulnerabilities are continually emerging and … [Read more...]
For users that use Chrome Apps on Chromebook and other devices, Google will be ending support for Chrome Apps. Google will continue to support Chrome Extensions. If you are an app developer and have any Chrome apps that may need migration, see the Chrome Apps migration site. See the … [Read more...]
New phone upgrades are coming soon to Berkeley Lab. The IT Division's Telephone Services Center (TSC) is rolling out a program to modernize communications at the Lab and increase flexibility by offering soft phone technology and new desk phones. IT supports a collaborative hybrid work model by … [Read more...]
The Berkeley Lab Photo Archive provides public access to important scientific history and visual assets at photos.lbl.gov. Previously, in order to download photos, users were required to create a new account through the Archive, separate from the Berkeley Lab Identity. This process was … [Read more...]
Berkeley Lab celebrates Earth Month throughout April and annually on Earth Day, April 22. IT is committed to building a sustainable future. In support of green initiatives, check out these quick eco-friendly technology tips to save energy and work more efficiently: Configure computer settings to … [Read more...]
Berkeley Lab IT has released Microsoft’s latest updates for Windows, which contain patches for critical security vulnerabilities. One of these, CVE-2022-26809, has been identified by the Cyber Security group as a mandatory update. As such, all Windows systems at the Lab MUST be updated and may be … [Read more...]