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Are you in the market for a new computing or mobile device with a wireless adapter? The UITS ComputerGuide offers some tips…
IUware offers configuration wizards that automatically enter the settings you need to connect to IU Secure wireless.
The security certificate providing authentication to IU Secure and VPN (virtual private network) services will be updated on Thursday, August 11.
From simple everyday tasks to important long-term projects, information technology (IT) plays a big role in the lives of IU students. Check out “NU2IT” to keep track of IU’s latest IT offerings.
This week’s lineup features the summer IU wireless network upgrade, IU tablet publications on iTunes, Sony scholarships to IU students and faculty, and an upcoming redesign of the UITS IT Training web site.
IT Help Quickcast 71 — a short how-to podcast — will help you take extra security precautions when setting up your home wireless.
If IU Secure is not yet available in your campus residence, you can operate a properly configured, FCC-approved wireless access point (WAP) as an exception to university networking policies.
This week’s lineup features TechFest events across IU, IU Secure wireless in residence halls, and a critical iOS 4.1 update from Apple.
There are a number of ways to reconfigure your laptop or device to connect to IU Secure — for a comprehensive list, by operating system, visit the IU Knowledge Base.
IU Secure is the wireless network for students, faculty, staff, and affiliates on all campuses. You have a few options on connecting to IU Secure.
Visitors to IU Bloomington and IUPUI can now enjoy wireless service, thanks to a joint effort between UITS and AT&T. This service is free to customers of AT&T Wireless and operates like AT&T Wi-Fi in retail locations.
Visitors to the IU Bloomington and IUPUI campuses can now enjoy wireless service, thanks to a joint effort between UITS and AT&T. This service is free to customers of AT&T Wireless and operates like AT&T Wi-Fi in retail locations.