Many of you received a fake warning about your email quota. Know how to avoid a fake? Here are a few pointers from the Security Office.
Traveling over the winter break? Be sure to take advantage of IU’s agreement with eduroam, the no-cost, secure roaming access service for the international research and education community.
If you’re a student using a computer running Windows, UITS recommends that you run Get Connected to ensure your device is correctly configured to securely access the IU campus network.
Your IU Box account provides 100 GB of file storage and collaboration space that you can access from your phone, tablet, laptop, or any Internet-connected device.
IU Secure is the safe way to get online at IU. If you’re having trouble connecting, the Knowledge Base can help you get on IU Secure no matter what device or operating system you’re using.
UITS IT Training is partnering with IT Training Solutions to offer a three-day course at IUPUI (remote attendance is also possible) on mitigating the risk introduced as a result of mobile devices accessing institutional data.
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Forgetting your passphrase is the number one call the UITS Support Center receives.
Box is the place to store and share your files. We noticed some accounts were bursting at the seams, so we doubled the IU account size. Each individual and group Box account can now hold 100GB of documents, photos, videos, Box Notes, creative projects, and more.
We want to keep your devices and files safe from hackers, viruses, and assorted technology thugs. To do that, we ask that all returning students with Windows devices run Get Connected Express, a speedy fix that will configure your computer to meet IU’s baseline standards for security and network connectivity.
In order to move forward with providing larger mailboxes and new features for IU email, UITS is discontinuing the Cyrus (Webmail) email system on February 2, 2015.
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A new book by IU business professor and cybersecurity expert Scott Shackelford examines the notion of cyber peace in a world where cyber attacks have become a part of life.