Graduating students now have multiple options for continued IU email: An Imail account, a Umail account, or an IU Alumni Association account.
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Be sure to make plans to attend the annual Statewide IT conference October 28-30 in Bloomington.
How do you make sure you’re not being duped? A post on the Protect IU blog offers identity verification advice for a variety of situations.
“Like” UITS, and your news feed will display the latest on IU’s no-cost IT training classes, stories about tech trends, discounts for personal purchases, and our new meme — Darth Thursdays.
In recent weeks, IU faculty, staff, and students have been targeted by an official-looking email scam. With the subject line “Your Account May Have Been Compromised?,” the message contains a link to a web form that asks for your passphrase.
Social networking sites like Facebook help you keep tabs on your friends and meet like-minded people. Their relaxed environments also make it easy to forget you’re in a public space.
When you log on to these sites, keep in mind the key rule of social networking on the web: Once you post personal information online, you can never take it back.
When you go to social networking sites like MySpace and Facebook, remember: Once you post personal information online, you can never take it back. With that in mind, here are 12 online networking self-defensive moves.
Find UITS videos, feeds, and more on Facebook and follow our tweets for quick updates.
The Indiana Daily Student reports that IU is among the top ten most influential schools in terms of social media use, according to Klout, a company that conducts research on social media usage.
Follow the IU Statewide IT Conference conversation using our official hashtag: #switc11
Faculty, staff, grad students: If you have an Exchange email account and use Outlook for Mac or Windows, you can add a photo of yourself to your SharePoint My Site profile. Your photo will show up in Outlook and the Windows Lync client for UniCom.
The latest brainchild of IUPUI computer scientist Ali Jafari, CourseNetworking is a free, online platform that connects teachers and students from around the world based on shared interests and class subjects. It combines the social component of popular networks such as Facebook and Twitter with similar functionality of existing learning management systems used at many colleges and universities.
IU-affiliated Twitter feeds can help you be the first to know about the latest happenings at IU.