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    Welcome to the Janet West Midlands Group

    This is the regional group for Janet customers in the West Midlands seeking information about Janet connectivity in their region, support, services and contact information.

    The advanced technology at the heart of Janet coupled with the government’s drive for shared services and efficient procurement mean that Janet’s common infrastructure can support multiple communities and deliver significant savings.

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    Welcome to the Janet Scotland microsite for customers in Scotland.These pages contain information for and about the Janet community in Scotland.  Janet connects Scotland's Higher Education Institutes and Further Education Colleges and Research organisations.  It provides backhaul connectivity for Scotland's Schools network, Glow, and for the 32 Local Authorities in Scotland.

     

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    This group has been set up to discuss all topics relating to Networkshop, our network and technology conference.

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    This online interest group is intended to facilitate further networking opportunities for organisations, be they education technology companies or learning providers, to enable the development of consortia which can positively respond to the ITT for the 18-21 Work Skills Pilot: testing online and blended English and maths for benefits claimants.

    In order to distinguish between organisations, the group has two wikis - education...

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    This is a forum to take forward discussions which emerged at a workshop which took place in Amsterdam on the 14/15 July on the topic of New Data Scientists: Roles, Responsibilities, Education and Identities. This workshop was supported by Jisc Futures and the European Commission DG CONNECT eInfrastructures as a forum for discussion among educators, researchers and practitioners in the information sciences from Europe, North America and elsewhere of the new roles and responsibilities emerging...

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    Welcome to the Janet group for customers in Northern Ireland.  It is intended to provide region specific information to Janet customers, including localised news and events.

    The Jisc Account Manager for Northern Ireland is Noel McDaid.

    Contact details are:

    email:           noel.mcdaid@jisc.ac.uk

    telephone:   TBC

    mobile:        +44 (0)7825 864557

    A list of connected sites is available in...

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    A group to go alongside the WIRELESS-ADMIN JISCMAIL list - a place to store documents and record issues in the world of WiFi

     

     

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    The VTAS service has now been retired (May 2017).

    In a new partnership with Ajenta, Jisc are planning the next evolution of the Vscene videoconferencing service. As part of this change Jisc has decided to retire the VTAS service. The content below is part of the VTAS archive.

    The Janet Video Technology Advisory Service (VTAS)  provides unbiased technical advice on equipment and issues related to videoconferencing. Product evaluations are published via this web site for...

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    This is the Northern Ireland Janet User Group(NIJUG) portal page.  

    The NIJUG group has been established to represent the interests of all Janet customers in Northern Ireland.  Its remit is to:

    Review the performance and quality of Janet network services in the region;Provide a forum for discussion between customers;Put forward recommendations and ideas for regional network development;Provide input to network procurements;Gain knowledge of Janet and its services and...
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    The Wireless Technical Advisory Service (WTAS) ran for a number of years and as technologies have improved, the demand for this advisory service has decreased. It is important that we direct resources to those areas that are most needed by our community and so it was decided that the service would close at the end of March 2015.

    We'd like to thank Loughborough University, especially Matt Cook, Pranay Pancholi and Scott Armitage, for their advice and support over the years.

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