Whether you’re new or returning for another semester, University Information Technology Services (UITS) is your connection to IT@IU.
Is your passphrase two or more years old? If so, be sure to change it as soon as possible.
Starting September 10, passphrases will automatically expire two years after they are created. This security measure will protect your valuable data against hacking and misuse.
Now is your chance to experiment with new learning technologies. The university is participating in pilot trials of two technologies in order to assess their ability to support the changing needs of students and faculty. These trials are the first in a series of pilots to take place over a two-year period.
To give you faster and more relevant search results on the IU Bloomington and IUPUI campus websites, UITS recently rolled out Google Custom Search (GCS).
With a new school year starting, now is a great time to grow your tech skills. UITS IT Training’s fall schedule is online, offering you hundreds of learning opportunities.
Are you looking for a chance to show off your marketing know-how, gain hands-on experience, and take advantage of leadership and networking opportunities?
UITS IT Training and Adobe Host CS6 and Acrobat Workshops; UITS Research Technologies Fair; Save money on an Xbox through Dell and HP; and more
UITS News is IU’s primary way to communicate IT services and support that matter to you. By focusing on your needs and technology’s potential to meet them, this newsletter will help you navigate IU’s rich technology environment.
As an IU student, you’ll use technology every day. University Information Technology Services (UITS), the central technology organization at IU, is here to help.
Registration is now open for this year’s Statewide IT conference. This no-cost event will take place at IU Bloomington.
Get Connected configures computers to meet baseline IU security and network connectivity standards.
Visit IUware Online to install the no-cost Secunia Personal Software Inspector.
Android, iPhone, iPad, Windows, Blackberry — no matter your brand of device, IU wants you to be able to go mobile, safely and securely.