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Drawn from internal and external security experts, postings on the Protect IU blog cover topics ranging from privacy to information security and policy.
Is your passphrase at least two years old? If so, be sure to change it before you head into summer.
Be sure to regularly download and update your security software. IUware provides fee-free access to powerful tools.
IU’s web-based SSL VPN gives you secure access to the university’s network for an authenticated and encrypted session from anywhere in the world.
You can remotely access restricted university resources and network file servers even when you’re using your home internet service.
Workshops feature Office 2010, Creative Suite 5.5, web development, desktop publishing, multimedia, programming, and stats — plus EdCerts in SCCM, Security, and Windows Server Admin.
Students: End of semester to-dos; May 9 webinar: VP for IT and CIO Brad Wheeler on IU’s eTexts strategies; May 11 and 12: Electronic Waste Collection Days; Summer informatics workshops for high schoolers; Two-year, postdoc fellowships available in data curation
Are you a current student, soon-to-be graduate, or IU Bloomington campus housing resident? If so, be sure to refer to these lists before you leave campus. They’ll save you time and money — and help you get ahead and stay connected.
Here are six simple tech steps that will help you save energy…
Check this list for things to do before you leave campus.
Items such as paint thinners, insecticides, aerosol cans, batteries, and electronics are not safe for your routine trash collection.
Dispose of these items safely and responsibly at IUPUI’s ToxAway Day on April 20. Volunteers will accept personal and household items from 7am to 1pm at the drive-through collection center at the corner of Blackford Street and Indiana Avenue.
Is your passphrase at least two years old? If so, UITS encourages you to change it now.
Starting September 10, passphrases for CAS-authenticated sites will automatically expire two years after they are created. This security measure will protect your valuable data against hacking and misuse.
In May, the UITS Research Storage Group will hold two training classes for users of the Research File System (RFS).