A team of researchers at IU has developed a tool called BotOrNot that helps you determine the true source of tweets.
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Thanks to all who participated in the 2014 UITS Customer Satisfaction Surveys. Student, faculty, and staff responses to these annual surveys help measure the effectiveness of IU’s IT resources, and serve as important guides to improving IT services and support.
Find the latest on everything from IU’s supercomputer, Big Red II, and security bug Heartbleed to high-tech teaching tools and privacy tips.
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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 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.
Break out the ear buds and prepare to learn about IT@IU via the Snitch and Talk Nerdy to Me podcasts.
Graduating students now have multiple options for continued IU email: An Imail account, a Umail account, or an IU Alumni Association account.
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.