Eleventh annual Women in Science Research Conference

Undergraduate and graduate women in math, technology, natural sciences, and social sciences: Don’t miss out on opportunities to present a poster about your work and network with other women researchers at this year’s Women in Science Research Conference. You have until Friday, February 20, to register to participate.

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Continue celebrating the season of love with great Dell deals

Dell is offering special deals on laptops and desktops until February 28.

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Spring management symposium for current and future IT leaders

The 36th annual Association of Computing Machinery SIGUCCS (Special Interest Group for University and College Computing Services) symposium offers a forum for you to network with colleagues and share expertise, ideas, and solutions.

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Research Technologies Roundtable: Security Best Practices

At this month’s Research Technologies Roundtable, Keith Lehigh, UITS security engineer, will discuss security best practices for servers, desktops, and mobile platforms.

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When you need tech support, just ask for help

For a wide range of IT support options, just follow the “Ask for help” link in the side navigation of the UITS web site. For assistance from the UITS Support Center, in particular, you have several options.

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Software that can help you express your ideas and creativity

Has the high cost of design and developer tools prevented you from reaching your potential? Thanks to IU, you have access to no-cost downloads — and, in certain cases, minimal cost DVDs — of professional software.

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keepITsafe at IU

Stop * Think * Click: This simple philosophy can help you avoid computer viruses, secure personal information, protect against identity theft, safeguard your files, and defend yourself online.

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Maintain your IU email address with Imail and Umail

When you move to Imail or Umail, UITS will automatically update your mail delivery to ensure that your account and your campus address (e.g., username@indiana.edu) stay active — even when you stop taking classes.

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IU appoints assistant VP for digital scholarly communications

In addition to his campus responsibilities as dean of University Library at IUPUI, David Lewis will now serve as assistant vice president for digital scholarly communications in the Indiana University Office of the Vice President for Information Technology.

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Tech terms: What are plug-ins?

The latest UITS IT Help Quickcast (how-to podcast lasting a few minutes) stars these electrifying software modules. Other IT Help topics include tips for common computing difficulties, information about software and hardware, and updates on keeping your computer secure.

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February IUMMUG: Rebooting the city of Bloomington web site

The Bloomington city government’s web site used to get low marks for design and usability, so the city’s web team recreated the site from the ground up using the best practices in web development. During this month’s IU Multimedia User Group meeting, they’ll share how they did it.

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Upgrade your student email and give yourself a bonus

Students: Are you still using IU’s Webmail for email? Why not upgrade your mail and take advantage of some additional features and services?

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Adobe software, by download or DVD

Thanks to IU’s groundbreaking software deal with Adobe, IU students, faculty, staff, and departments have access to no-cost downloads of Adobe software from IUware Online. Now you can also obtain physical media for this software from all IU bookstores and the IU Bloomington Information Commons.

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