A NetID provides access to a variety of computing resources at Duke. Among them:
DukeMail: All students are provided with an initial 1 GB of e-mail storage space on the Duke network, which is backed up daily.
Exchange mail and calendaring: For faculty and staff, as well as for students of some of the schoools at Duke.
Personal Web space: All Duke faculty, students and staff have Web-based access to 5 GB of personal file space through WebFiles. WebFiles also includes shared file space for collaborating with groups, including ready-made group space for your courses.
Site-licensed software: Members of the Duke community have access to site-licensed software, which Duke purchases in bulk and distributes free or at a discount.
ACES Web: The Automated Computer Enrollment System (ACES) enables online course registration.
E-Reserves: Electronic reserve readings, course materials placed on reserve with the library, require a NetID if you access them from a non-Duke IP address.
Administrative applications: SAP R/3 is a business application that runs many of the core administrative processes at Duke, including accounting, human resources, payroll and purchasing.
SISS: SISS is a faculty/staff interface to the PeopleSoft Student Administration system.
If you are not sure whether you have access to these resources, contact either the OIT Service Desk at (919) 684-2200 or the DHTS Help Desk at (919) 684-2243.