Computer registration is the process by which computing equipment connected to the JMU network is associated with the individuals responsible for that equipment. This information is necessary for effective network management.

James Madison University has partnered with (Apogee) to provide internet service and support to all of our residence halls.

Network File Storage is space allocated on JMU network servers for personal or departmental data files, such as documents, spreadsheets and more. Network file storage provides the ability to share data with other uses and the ability to access your own data from multiple locations (on and off campus).

The JMU wireless network is available throughout campus in academic buildings and many gathering locations including the libraries and the dining facilities.

Information Technology offers multiple ways to connect to the JMU network from off-campus to access restricted, on-campus resources (available only from the JMU network range). These services allow off-campus access to online library resources, network file storage (employees) and more.

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