[Cytometry] Networking and Data Storage

Masa Sasagawa msasagawa at bastyr.edu
Sun May 1 16:00:16 EDT 2011

Hi Debbie,
Our flow computer is networked to the departmental intranet. Outlook
email is accessible but the internet is not accessible. We had suspected
virus problems in two other Internet-accessible computers attached to
lab equipment, but we suspected it came from student's jumpdrive, not
through the internet. On the flow computer, Jump drives are not allowed
to use. Flow files are stored on the specific project folder in the
research network (each project have its own username). We have four
software licenses so techs can analyze data from their office after data
Have nice sunny days in Seattle.
Masa Sasagawa, ND
Research Investigator / Adjunct Faculty
U19 Project Manager
Bastyr University
14500 Juanita Dr. NE, #483
Kenmore, WA 98028
Tel: 425.602.3164
Fax: 425.823-6222
msasagawa at bastyr.edu
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Sent: Friday, April 29, 2011 11:36 AM
To: 'cytometry at lists.purdue.edu'
Subject: [Cytometry] Networking and Data Storage

Hello All,

I would like to know everyone's opinion about hooking up your flow
cytometer (specifically LSR II) to the internet if you are a multiuser
facility.  Have many of you run into serious issues with the internet
(viruses? Machine crashing?)

I was also wondering how multi-user facilities export their data? (Jump
drive? Server?)

Looking forward to your answers.



Debbie Bratt
Lab Manager
Fuller Laboratory
University of Washington
Box #357331
3000 Western Ave.
Seattle, WA 98121
Phone: 206-543-3382
Fax: 206-543-1589
dabratt at wanprc.org<mailto:dabratt at wanprc.org>

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