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Student employees: Imail and Umail are okay in some situations

Because Imail and Umail are hosted by vendors external to IU, you can use these accounts for university business only if you do not receive or transmit any sensitive data via these accounts.

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March IUMMUG: Fire up your web team with Adobe Flash Catalyst

Adobe caused a big stir in the web community when it first demonstrated a project called “Thermo,” later branded as “Flash Catalyst.” Catalyst is a new interactive Flash and Flex tool designed to bridge the gap between designers and developers.

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Lock in your IU-negotiated discounts

The availability of Adobe software on IUware has generated a lot of buzz. In addition to that agreement, IU has locked in over a dozen vendor discounts to help you boost your connectivity.

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John Seely Brown to guest lecture on IU campuses

John Seely Brown

Noted writer, speaker, and educator John Seely Brown will discuss learning in the digital age at guest lectures on IU’s Bloomington, Indianapolis, and South Bend campuses April 2-3, 2009.

Brown is currently a visiting scholar at the University of Southern California and serves as an independent co-chairman for the Deloitte Center for Edge Innovation. Formerly, Brown served as the chief scientist at Xerox Corporation and the director of its Palo Alto Research Center.

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User Survey: Help improve UITS services

If you were selected to take part in the annual UITS User Survey, please take a moment to share your thoughts. Your observations and opinions are critical to helping us evaluate our services.

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Spring forward to Daylight Saving Time on Sunday, March 8

Remember to check all your time-keeping devices after the time change at 2am on March 8, when Indiana turns its clocks forward an hour to mark the beginning of Daylight Saving Time (DST).

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Podcasts that showcase IU school spirit

At IU Bloomington, hosts Max and Kyla bring you weekly Hoosiercasts on events on campus and around town. At IUPUI, the Spot delivers weekly news about what’s happening at IUPUI.

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Specialized technologies for reading, writing, and research

March is Disability Awareness Month. If you have vision impairment (blindness and low vision), mobility impairment, learning issues
(dyslexia, ADHD, and others), or hearing loss, you can get specialized help — both on campus and through accessible distance education.

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Faculty and staff: You have a new way to communicate

UniCom is a new way to interact with your colleagues, staff, and students. It combines email, voice mail, instant messaging, video conferencing, and more in one easy-to-use platform on your desktop.

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Free downloads of Adobe CS4 training materials

Have you downloaded the new Adobe CS4 applications but are unsure how to get started? If so, take advantage of the new Adobe CS4 STEPS workshop materials on IUware.

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Find UITS videos, feeds, and more on Facebook

Check out our Facebook page. It’s an informal online gathering place where IT is the main topic of conversation, and both newbies and techies are welcome.

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Top ten resources for safe and responsible computing

From legal download recommendations to free virus protection software, IU ensures that you have the tools you need to stay safe online.

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Will your Imail or Umail account be private and secure?

A key stipulation of IU’s student email partnerships was that the university be able to maintain its commitment to online security, privacy, and the protection of user information.

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