Update the Software Infrastructure at Mines
There are too many students on campus for the absolutely abysmal connectivity issues at Mines. Isengard crashes almost every day at 2 pm because the servers are overloaded. 90 percent of the time I have to rely on using data because the wifi goes down. If Mines is going to insist on admitting the ludicrous number of students it has (which honestly is a problem in it of itself) then they need to prioritize updating the outdated software and connection infrastructure. Students should be assured of having consistent connection to the internet at an ENGINEERING school
Hayden Cooreman commented
ITS is in the process of upgrading its network infrastructure. This includes improvements to wireless access points, increasing the bandwidth inside the network and to an ISP, and improving the reliability of its server hardware. The CIO shared ITS is currently looking at contracts for new networking gear and reallocating server infrastructure.