IU has an emergency web site to keep you informed about campus closures, weather conditions, and other emergencies that might affect you.
The UITS Support Center helps you get the most out of IT@IU, even during campus holidays like Martin Luther King Jr. Day (Jan. 21). Choose the best way to get in touch…
Tasks like mind mapping, expense tracking, and photo manipulation are easily accomplished on the go, thanks to the web-based and mobile apps available via Box at IU.
AskIU is a general information question-and-answer service available Monday-Friday, 8am-8pm, and Saturday and Sunday, 10am-6:30pm.
AT&T’s new Study Abroad Plan; Jan. 23 at 12pm: IU Women in IT; Is your smartphone secure?; Tell us about your IUanyWare/STC habits; and more
Did you miss the Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals from Dell University and HP Academy? Not to worry. You still have a chance to take advantage of great holiday savings on a wide range of PCs and accessories.
Starting Dec. 14, Microsoft Office 2013 will be available to all faculty, staff, and students via IUanyWare, IU’s new cloud software service.
IU East ranked among most connected colleges; IU selected as home for US Desk of international scientific computing publication; Wired magazine blog post: IU deploys 5 Petabyte Data Capacitor II; Camp receives $2.4M to help keep computer users safe; Need help with IUanyWare? Let the consultants in the Student Technology Centers lend a hand.
No matter when or where you shop online, here are some tips to help you stay safe.
Black Friday may be over, but IU students, faculty, and staff members can still find great deals on a broad selection of PCs and accessories from Dell University and HP Academy.
Adobe InDesign is a versatile desktop publishing application that will help you create professional-quality designs for e-reader, tablet, and print projects.
The UITS IT Training spring workshop schedule is now online. Look for classroom and online instructor-led workshops and webinars, EdCerts on advanced technical topics, and self-study workshop materials and training from lynda.com and Microsoft. All regular (non-EdCert) workshops continue to be fee-free for students, faculty, and staff from all IU campuses.