The effects of superstorm Sandy have spread to the Illinois State University campus. ISU contracts with a New York firm for computer mainframe services. Connectivity has begun to fail in the wake of the storm and University Academic Technology Officer Mark Walbert says rerouting the traffic has not completely succeeded causing network slowdowns and system errors. Chief Technology Officer Andrea Ballinger says ISU may decide to take course offerings, class scheduling, and registration off line until the situation stabilizes.
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