So much happened while you were away! And for you new guys, there’s so much to tell you! This newsletter is a good start. Here’s a quick rundown of what you need to know >>
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UITS IT Training offers several no-cost ways to stay on top of the latest software. Workshops, classes, webinars, and online learning offer options to fit your needs and schedule.
We want to keep your devices and files safe from hackers, viruses, and assorted technology thugs. To do that, we ask that all returning students with Windows devices run Get Connected Express, a speedy fix that will configure your computer to meet IU’s baseline standards for security and network connectivity.
On August 21, we’ll unveil the newest version of the popular IU Mobile app — this time backed by the power of One.IU, IU’s one-stop-shop for online services.
Some students in China who have IU Umail email accounts, powered by Google, are having difficulty accessing mail and Google-based services while in China. (This issue also impacts IU offices that need to reach new and existing students in China via their IU email accounts.)
Check out the latest Dell deals for IU faculty, staff, and students; and more news and events
Do you like to help people with technology? Join the UITS Support Center and become part of an award-winning team. Consultants provide technical assistance to all IU and IU-supported affiliates in person and over phone, email, and chat. You’ll learn a lot and be paid for it, too.
The two-day camps take place at the Cyberinfrastructure Building (IU Bloomington) June 12-13 and June 19-20.
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.
Graduation deals from Dell; Ready, Set, Robots! summer camp registration now open; IU Bloomington: Track energy consumption in campus buildings with the Energy Matters app on IU Mobile; Leveraging data assets: The new frontier for competitiveness and innovation (Webinar); One.IU wins TechPoint Mira Award; Meet Kim Milford, IU’s newest cybersecurity leader; Open-source software for college administrators reaches “tipping point” after ten years
Find the latest on everything from IU’s supercomputer, Big Red II, and security bug Heartbleed to high-tech teaching tools and privacy tips.
The Summer of Networking (SoN) internship program is transitioning into an academic program this summer. The program will consist of two for-credit classes through the School of Informatics and Computing, and it’s open to all IU students. Class size is limited and students will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis.
Two IU South Bend anthropology professors are using technology to foster a sense of community in their classes.