CCIT planning H: and M: drive group storage upgrade

Ryan Real, Public Information Coordinator
March 8, 2017

Over the next several months, CCIT will upgrade the H: and M: drive space used to share documents for departments. The upgrade will make the system more reliable with newer technology and will affect Clemson employees who access this drive space.

CCIT will contact each department to schedule its move date, but note that on the morning of the data move, extra support personnel in CCIT will be available to assist you in making every effort to ensure the smoothest possible transition.

How this change will affect you:

  • Prior to the moving of your data on the H: or M: drives, your local support personnel will contact users in your area to gather information about the data’s usage and properly transition the data to the new technology.
  • Some folder structures may change, but this will not result in any data loss.
  • Links to folders and documents on your desktop will no longer function and instructions for re-creating them will be available in the CCIT Knowledge Base.
  • Your storage drive will map automatically for you in most cases. Instructions will be provided for those that do not map automatically, and your local support personnel or the CCIT Support Center can assist.

If you have questions or need assistance, contact your local area IT support or contact the CCIT Support Center.

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