With a passphrase vault, you create a single strong passphrase to protect the vault, and the vault program securely stores the rest of your passwords and passphrases for you to access whenever you need them.
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It’s almost time for the 2013 Statewide IT Conference! The annual gathering of 1IUIT is a great opportunity for us to strengthen relationships and plan for the future. The conference schedule offers something for everyone.
The Knowledge Base can walk you through how to address the issue, and many others like it.
Check out the Protect IU Blog for handy tips on keeping your iPhone safe.
If somebody else has your passphrase, they can do anything you can do. IU will never ask for your passphrase.
The Monitor and Newsbit are IU’s official methods of communicating IT services and support. The Newsbit goes out to everyone at IUPUI and IUPUC, while the Monitor covers the rest of IU’s campuses.
IU has implemented the Kuali Coeus Institutional Review Board, a comprehensive online system for the submission, review and approval of human subjects research. With seven Institutional Review Boards and more than 4,800 approved active research studies, IU is the largest university to implement this community-developed open source software.
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Break out the ear buds and prepare to learn about IT@IU via the Snitch and Talk Nerdy to Me podcasts.
IU’s School of Informatics and Computing and the Kinsey Institute have partnered to re-release the free Kinsey Reporter app. The global mobile survey platform collects and reports anonymous data about sexual and other intimate behaviors.
You’re at the wireless store. Customer service is just trying to be helpful. They ask you for your IU account information to help you set up your new phone. Don’t disclose these details. If you did, simply change your passphrase.