Starting Thursday, July 26, students will be able to complete Get Connected from anywhere. Whether you’re new to IU or back for another year, you’ll need to run it.
Follow these tips to stay safe even if your phone winds up in the hands of a criminal.
The ComputerGuide covers operating systems, features and peripherals, connecting to IU’s network, and more.
Recent statistics show that the number of women working in IT is not only low, it’s falling. Women in IT, a newly formed UITS group, aims to reverse that trend. The group meets monthly to provide support for women working in IT careers.
Choose from a variety of fee-free webinars to help sharpen your skills this August.
Be sure to change your passphrase; Forgetting to log off gives “tacit authorization” for snooping; IU partnership results in faster Trinity RNA sequencing software; Science Cloud Summer School; Learn how to set your cloud storage preferences
This summer’s heat wave requires constant a/c, but you can reduce your bill with these energy-saving tips.
Is your passphrase at least two years old? If so, be sure to change it as soon as possible.
New to IT@IU is your guide to learning how to download no-cost software, connect to wireless, get 24/7 tech support, change your passphrase, and more.
Be sure to check out our hands-on workshops, webinars, and new online, instructor-led workshops (all available to IU students, faculty, and staff at no charge).
IUanyWARE went into production on July 10. Thanks to all who gave feedback during the beta phase.
Are you interested in learning how cloud computing technologies benefit science? Sign up today for Science Cloud Summer School.
Awards, deals, grants, and milestones for the IU community.