The latest addition to the university’s supercomputing lineup is Karst, a high throughput computing cluster that delivers large amounts of processing capacity over long periods of time. Karst will be used mostly for smaller jobs that don’t need Big Red II’s muscle.
If you missed or want to revisit a session — be it a breakout or a keynote — you’re in luck! We archived both video and slides.
IU is hosting the 2014 Technology Exchange in Indianapolis October 26-30. Register now and explore the latest in cloud applications, federated identity, cybersecurity, high performance computing, software-defined networking, network function virtualization, and more.
If you need help with something in Canvas, IU’s new learning management system, the Knowledge Base (KB) can help.
Check out Wired magazine’s Innovation Insights blog to read Dave Hancock’s compelling case for funding high performance computing, “Supercomputing for All at a Research University: Is There Really a Debate?”
Cascade Server (for the WCMS, IU’s web content management system), Python, Perl, XML…take the whole lineup from UITS IT Training, fee-free, online or in person.
Happy first anniversary to the Center of Excellence for Women in Technology; CIC Arms of Communication Conference
It’s almost time for Statewide IT 2014. This year is all about the ways 1IUIT is making it click — from the smallest projects to the biggest initiatives.
Back in June, IU inked a deal with Colorado State University, the University of Florida, and the University of Michigan to provide a suite of services for courses, online learning, and big data analytics to improve the way educational content is shared across institutions and delivered to students.
If you forgot to register, you can register on-site October 7. However, complimentary lunches and breakfasts are not provided for on-site registrants. If you can’t attend in person, we’re streaming keynotes live.
Learn about the future of technology trends and how they will influence IU’s students and IT community from New York Times columnist Nick Bilton.
Yes, we’re pitting LEGO® Mindstorms® EV3 robots against one another during Statewide — because we can. Join the fun as nine teams from all over IU compete to win the most coveted of all prizes: a trophy made of LEGO® bricks.
Vice President for IT and CIO Brad Wheeler will wrap up the conference with a keynote talk about making it click across all of IU’s campuses.