Archive for June, 2006

IU supercomputer leads all US academic institutions

IU’s new supercomputer, Big Red, is the fastest supercomputer among all US academic institutions and the 23rd fastest supercomputer in the world, according to a list, released recently, of the world’s most powerful computer systems.

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IT support on Independence Day

Most UITS services remain available over the 4th of July holiday.

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UITS STC holiday hours

In observance of Independence Day, the UITS Student Technology Centers (STCs) will have reduced hours of operation on July 4.

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Email “Phishing” for information spoofs IU Credit Union

Members of the IU community recently received spoofed messages appearing to come from the Indiana University Credit Union (IUCU)

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Private messages and better discussion control now in Oncourse CL

The Message Center in Oncourse CL is a communication tool designed and developed at IU for both academic and collaborative work.

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Save up to $750 when you purchase select Dell systems

Thanks to Indiana University’s Preferred Partnership with Dell, IU students, faculty, and staff are eligible for big savings on personal purchases of Dell desktops, notebooks, accessories, peripherals, and TVs.

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SIS/HRMS downtime

Due to critical hardware maintenance, the Student Information System (SIS) and Human Resource Management Systems (HRMS) will be unavailable July 1 and most of July 2.

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Do you podcast?

If you listen to or create podcasts, UITS would like to know more about your podcasting habits.

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IU retires mainframe computer

The long serving IU mainframe computer retires with a party.

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University staff: Participate in a three-day workshop on SQL

If you’re an IU employee and would like to learn how to navigate within SQL Server to perform administrative tasks in the database, sign up for any of UITS IT Training & Education’s three-day workshops offered in July and August.

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July IUMMUG: ColdFusion Application Frameworks

Join Bob Flynn of the Kelley School of Business, Erick Carballo of the Teaching and Learning Technology Centers, and a special guest as they take one model ColdFusion application and build it using Fusebox, Mach II, SAM, and possibly other frameworks and methodologies.

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Students: Roll over your unused UITS printing allotment (IUB)

Students: You are provided a printing allotment for black and white printing each semester by UITS. If you exceed your allotment, you will pay a modest over-quota printing fee on your bursar account.

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Start visualizing with the CIB IQ-Wall

Imagine the content of your computer screen spread across a 24 x 18 foot wall, tiled with 24 flat screen monitors.
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