To prevent email, file transfer, or database access failure, make sure your Ethernet switch on the IU network meets the basic performance requirements published by UITS.
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.
Students, faculty, and staff: Please update your contact information in OneStart, so IU can reach you in the event of an emergency.
When you log on to social networking sites, be sure to guard your personal information. These 12 self-defense moves will help.
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.
IT leaders: The 35th annual Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) Special Interest Group on University and College Computing Services (SIGUCCS) Management Symposium offers a forum to share expertise and exchange ideas.
The upcoming UITS STEPS workshop, “Excel: Reporting for IUIE Users,” is specifically designed for IU staff members who use Excel to format data from the Indiana University Information Environment (IUIE).
Today (Wednesday, February 20), infrastructure problems impacted several UITS enterprise systems. We regret the service interruptions users may have experienced. Oncourse is now back online and available.
Now you can build a custom RSS feed of UITS service notices, for up-to-the-minute status reports about UITS systems, scheduled changes, scheduled down times, and outages and problems.
Looking for new gadgets to help you get and stay connected? IU students, faculty, and staff are eligible for personal discounts not available to the general public.
Learn computing basics from the comfort of home — subscribe to the UITS IT Help podcasts from the podcast portal.
Here are ten guidelines to help you make the best use of IU’s technology resources.
Grid tools tie together diverse and distributed computing systems, data storage systems, advanced instruments and data repositories, and visualization environments. This month’s Research Technologies Roundtable will discuss using these tools to increase research productivity.