December 10, 2001 Vol. VI, No. 8



CTechnology Continues as Booming Venture on Campus

Information Technology Resources (ITR) Recap for July 2000 through June 2001

E-mail Volume:

Average number e-mail messages sent and received daily: 34,752
Average total volume of e-mail messages in megabytes daily: 474
Highest number of e-mail messages sent and received in a single day: 151,813 on May 2, 2001
Lowest number of e-mail messages sent and received in a single day: 9,469 on Dec. 24, 2000

Web "Hits":

Average number of web "hits" received by www.csun.edu daily: 843,126

Network Traffic:

Average number of megabytes carried per second: 8
Highest monthly average number of megabytes per second: 11, during March 2001
Lowest monthly average number of megabytes per second: 5, during July 2000
Average monthly number of terabytes carried: 20.9
Highest monthly number of terabytes carried: 29.5, during March 2001
Lowest monthly number of terabytes carried: 13.4, during July 2000

Help Desk Contacts:

Number of x1400 telephone calls, walk-ins and e-mail messages requesting assistance: 21,644 (compared to 9,112 during 1999-2000)
Average monthly number of x1400 telephone calls, walk-ins and e-mail messages requesting assistance: 1,804 (compared to 759 during 1999-2000)

Modem Usage:

Number of modems in pool: 141
Maximum number of modems in use: 141
Average number of modems in use: 96

Training Activities:

Number of workshops: 151 (compared to 94 during 1999-2000)
Total hours of instruction: 383 (compared to 231 during 1999-2000)
Total number of attendees: 1,071 (compared to 902 during 1999-2000)
Number of faculty attendees: 255 (compared to 207 during 1999-2000)
Number of staff and administrator attendees: 816 (compared to 695 during 1999-2000)


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