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.
Cloud storage: All Duke faculty, students and staff have Web-based access to 50 GB of personal could storage through Duke Box. Box allows users to upload documents and files as well as create 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.