Library items tagged: eligibility

Anonymous
Eligibility for an ac.uk Domain Name 1.    An organisation is eligible to register names in the ac.uk domain name space if it meets the purpose of the domain as expressed in clause 2 below and meets at least one of the items in clause 3 below.
Anonymous
The service is intended to provide an off-site resolver service for smaller or less experienced Janet customer organisations with Primary Connections, or organisations with certain specific needs. Each application will be approved at Janet's discretion.
Anonymous
The service is intended to provide a basic primary nameserver service to support e-mail and web use by smaller or less experienced Janet customer organisations. Organisations capable of providing their own primary nameserver should do so rather than relying on the Janet Primary Nameserver Service. For Janet customer organisations that have been allocated a DNS domain by the relevant domain registrar, the service can provide primary nameservers that will respond to queries for a small number of resource records in their domain.
Anonymous
Version: 4 Issued: April 2016 Reference: MF-POL-023 Author: A. Cormack Last Reviewed Date: 04/04/2016 Background
Anonymous
All Janet customers are eligible for the service; however it is aimed primarily at FE bodies and may not be suitable for all HEIs. The routers provided can support bandwidths of up to 10Gbit/s and router configuration changes provided by the service are limited to 5 per year. HEIs should look at their requirements carefully before opting for the MRS to ensure it is suitable.
Anonymous
Organisations eligible for the Janet Certificate Service are: 1. Organisations in receipt of a Primary Connection to Janet network; or 2. Local or Unitary Authorities connected to the National Education Network in England (either directly or via a Regional Broadband Consortium); or to the Scottish Schools Digital Network in Scotland; or to the Lifelong Learning Network in Wales; or to Classroom 2000 in Northern Ireland.
Vscene is a service created and operated by Jisc for UK education and research and the public sector. Vscene provides vidoeconferences in virtual rooms or schedule sessions via standards based systems, browsers and phones. Vscene provides a live conference management interface providing many control options not normally available in a videoconference, including streaming and recording.