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Track IU’s latest IT developments through IT@IU

Want to get a sense of the university’s information technology big picture? IT@IU is IU’s widest-ranging IT news source.

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Use RSS to stay in the know

Want on-demand access to the latest information technology news? In addition to email and the web, you have a more convenient option: RSS feeds from UITS.

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Be sure not to miss out on 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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NU2IT: Your one-stop shop for guides to IT at IU

To help you keep track of IU’s IT offerings, we’re constantly updating the “NU2IT” online resource guide. Whether you’re new to IT or just looking for a refresher, be sure to check it out.

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Protect your laptop computer

Laptop computers are a prime target for thieves, both for the value of the devices themselves and for the sensitive data they contain. IU’s Information Security Office (UISO) proposes a number of ways to defend your laptop.

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How would you like to learn Adobe software? UITS has options

With UITS STEPS workshops and Certificate Series, you can build upon your proficiency with the Adobe Creative Suite — particularly Dreamweaver, Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Flash, Fireworks, and Acrobat.

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Podcast selections from the IU Jacobs School of Music

IU’s world-renowned Jacobs School of Music has long sought to “bring the arts to the people” online so that a worldwide audience can enjoy the school’s operas, ballets, and musical performances from the comfort of their home computers.

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Tech terms: What is a Zombie?

The latest UITS IT Help Quickcast (how-to podcast lasting a few minutes) will debunk this seemingly supernatural computing phenomenon.

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Take Word to the next level

Take the STEPS Certificate Series “Word: Advanced End-User” this spring, and you’ll learn how to use Word’s advanced features.

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UITS year in review

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Over the course of the last year, UITS has been empowering people across our university in their use and application of information technology. From major partnerships, to service enhancements, to leadership initiatives, 2008 was a year in which IU’s extended community sought to ensure that IU continues to pursue excellence in all areas of education and research that make use of IT.

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IT support on MLK Day (Jan. 19)

Most UITS services remain available on Martin Luther King Day.

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Receive emergency communications from IU

Using phone, email, and text messaging features, the IU-Notify emergency communications system can quickly reach people on all eight campuses. IU implemented the system in the wake of recent tragedies at other universities.

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January IUMMUG: Overview of Adobe CS4 Production Premium

IU’s landmark agreement with Adobe has made some of the finest creative tools in the industry available at no cost to members of the IU community. To help you make sense of all that is available, the upcoming meeting of the IU Multimedia User Group (IUMMUG) will explore the Production Premium Suite of tools.

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