If Wi-Fi is running slow in your classroom, or you fear it might, please email UITS with the class location and size. We’ll assess your needs, adding network connections or re-routing resources during your class period as necessary.
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Students who are returning for the fall semester, listen up! An upcoming upgrade will prevent many devices from connecting to IU Secure wireless if you don’t act in advance.
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.
Traveling this summer? Be sure to take advantage of IU’s agreement with eduroam, the no-cost, secure roaming access service for the international research and education community.
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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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The next time you connect to Wi-Fi on campus, choose IU Secure as your network instead of “attwifi” for a faster, safer connection.
Breakout session materials and videos available.
Tap into wireless from just about anywhere on campus thanks to major wireless upgrades at IU Bloomington and IUPUI. Combined, both campuses now have more than 5,000 wireless access points.
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.
This fall, IU will provide a wireless network for media devices that can’t use IU Secure. (Think Xboxes, PlayStations, Apple TVs, and more.)
Break out the ear buds and prepare to learn about IT@IU via the Snitch and Talk Nerdy to Me podcasts.