IU’s web-based SSL VPN gives you secure access to the university’s network for an authenticated and encrypted session from anywhere in the world.
Instead of passing around hard copies of your work, use Box for convenient and earth-friendly collaboration.
Simply drop off your old computers, VCRs, televisions, gaming systems, cameras, handheld devices, and more at this free electronic waste recycling drive.
How do you make sure you’re not being duped? A post on the Protect IU blog offers identity verification advice for a variety of situations.
Wireless at IU Bloomington and IUPUI just got even better. Network engineers completed wireless upgrades on Feb. 1.
UITS IT Training is offering a one-day “SharePoint 2010: Site Administration Basics” workshop. The session will cover how to manage site collections, libraries, workflows, access, and security.
You’re at the wireless store. Customer service is just trying to be helpful. They ask you for your IU account information to help you set up your new phone. Don’t disclose these details. If you did, simply change your passphrase.
In recent weeks, IU faculty, staff, and students have been targeted by an official-looking email scam. With the subject line “Your Account May Have Been Compromised?,” the message contains a link to a web form that asks for your passphrase.
Throughout January, IU will help you become more aware of how your personal information is collected, stored, used, and shared — and, of course, teach you how to protect yourself.
IU has an emergency web site to keep you informed about campus closures, weather conditions, and other emergencies that might affect you.
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.
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.