We have a sparkling new system for faculty to input and track software requests for Student Technology Centers (STCs), partner labs, IUware, and IUanyWare. Check it out soon! Requests for software for the 2014-15 academic year are due by May 1.
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If you notice a sudden change in your computer’s behavior and think it might have a virus, don’t panic. Not all such maladies are fatal, and you have several options.
Some of you received a request to complete the annual UITS User Survey. Please complete and return the survey by April 11 if you haven’t already.
Find out how UITS Teaching and Learning Technologies supports every stage of creating an online course or program
Research Technologies will be traveling to regional campuses to host InfoShares
UITS Support Center will no longer be registering Windows XP devices to the IU network.
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Always be suspicious of any email that asks you to divulge personal or financial information, is urgent, or contains a link to a website that does not match the organization sending the email. Never give control of your computer to a third party unless you can confirm that the third party is legitimate.
One.IU, Indiana University’s new app store for its online services, has been named a finalist in IDG’s Consumerization of IT in the Enterprise (CITE) awards program.
UITS will end new account creation for the Cyrus (Webmail) and Imail email systems beginning March 6. Existing Cyrus and Imail account holders are not affected at this time.
IU to support $320 million Digital Lab for Manufacturing; If you want to keep your Mypage account, remember to fill out the user agreement; Video: Manipulating plant cells is science, and art
IU’s IT-28 policy is designed to reduce vulnerabilities and exposure as much as possible to protect IU’s digital information.
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