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Start visualizing with the CIB IQ-Wall

IQ wallImagine the content of your computer screen spread across a 24 x 18 foot wall, tiled with 24 flat screen monitors. There is no need to scroll, resize, or click through multiple tabs — you just work.

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Think inside the Box (Box at IU, that is)

Box at IUBox at IU gives you so much more than 50GB of no-cost storage. You can use it for simple, secure collaboration — anytime, anywhere, on any device.

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New pilot will explore next-gen learning technologies

IU recently kicked off a two-year pilot to assess next-generation learning technologies. Through agreements with providers such as CourseNetworking and Instructure, the university will evaluate new tools, systems, and approaches.

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IU to begin passphrase expirations

passphraseStarting September 10, IU will phase in expirations for any passphrase that is over two years old. This change will apply to all students, faculty, and staff at IU’s eight campuses.

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IU’s top 12 IT training resources

IT trainingLooking for technology resources, training, and professional development opportunities? Here are 12 low- or no-cost options to get you started.

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Join the UITS Student IT Ambassadors!

Student IT AmbassadorsUndergrads: Looking for a chance to show off your marketing know-how and gain some hands-on experience? Sign up to be an Ambassador today — it’s a chance to learn about and receive training on popular technologies, then help spread the word to peers across campus.

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Feed your tech needs without emptying your wallet

As a current IU student, faculty, or staff member, you’re eligible for personal purchase discounts not available to the general public. IU has negotiated special deals with vendors such as Dell, Apple, HP, Sony, and AT&T.

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IT at IU has found a home

CIBToday (Aug. 1), 16 months after the first shovel broke ground, the new concrete, limestone, steel, and glass Cyberinfrastructure Building (CIB) is opening its doors, ending a nearly 10-year search for a solid and sustainable workplace for IT staff at IU Bloomington.

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UITS News makes it easy to track the latest in tech

newsIt’s easy to keep up with IU’s latest tech news. We channel the latest IT developments to the places you already go to stay connected.

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NU2IT@IU: Your map of IU’s IT landscape

NU2ITEach year, thousands of new students flood onto IU campuses across the state, ready to study, research, and learn. Some of the most important tools and services that they will utilize to accomplish these goals are provided by University Information Technology Services. NU2IT@IU offers a broad overview of UITS technical support for new students.

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IU named a 2011 Best Place to Work in IT

Computerworld 100IU gained high rankings for providing inspiring and challenging work, great benefits, outstanding work-life balance, and opportunities for advancement.

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Join the search for missing IU student Lauren Spierer

The Bloomington community — including many IU faculty, staff, and students — is doing all it can to help find Lauren and to assist those affected by her disappearance.

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IU Adobe Days 2011 showcases teaching and learning technologies

Though Adobe Days was a success at both IU Bloomington and IUPUI, the event team is already identifying ways to increase involvement and attendance in 2012.

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