Elsevier's SciVerse notification of potential service interruption March 17-18, 2012 & Network Configuration Change for ScienceDirect
Notice from Elsevier:
We are continually focused on improving the usability of the SciVerse suite for our customers with minimal downtime where possible. Our next set of upgrades is planned for this coming weekend (March 17-18, 2012). While we expect things to go smoothly as we implement these changes, it is possible that users may experience temporary service disruptions while accessing SciVerse, SciVal, Journal Consult and the Admin tool on these dates.
Some highlights around our upcoming changes can be found below:
ScienceDirect: Increasing search speed and article rendering; solving issues with PDF downloading and RSS feeds Note: To optimize your PDF downloading experience, your network may require a configuration change, please click here to learn more. Scopus: Increasing interoperability with Hub allows for continued discovery across web and patent sources Hub: Adding sortable refine results filters to make searches even more relevant
Please click here to find out more information around upcoming changes.
The possible disruption of service by region may occur during the following time period:
Eastern Daylight Time: 8:30AM EDT-9:30PM EDT, Saturday, March 17th 2012 Greenwich Mean Time: 12:30PM GMT Saturday, March 17th - 1:30 AM Sunday, March 18th 2012 Singapore Time: 8:30PM SGT Saturday March 17th - 9:30AM SGT Sunday, March 18th 2012
We encourage you to share this information with your users to minimize the impact of any possible disruptions to their research schedule.
We apologize for any inconvenience while we improve your Elsevier products.
The SciVerse Team