Offer your laptop to an IU student or apply to receive a donated laptop. The pandemic has highlighted the need for reliable student technology access. Help IU students by contributing your used but working laptop to the new IUpcycle program. Your donation can reduce student stress and provide updated equipment needed for success. To apply […]
The Dec. 3 seminar is hosted by the IT Leadership Community. Need to brush up on your conflict resolution skills? A free Dec. 3 seminar offers tips for handling differences at work and at home. When: Thursday, Dec. 3, 9:30-11am ET Where: Zoom details sent after registration Tiffany Lemons, a senior organization development consultant for IU […]
IU Secure retires soon. Switch to eduroam. IU Secure, the university’s outgoing wireless network, will be retired on March 31, 2021. After that, all on-campus wireless users with IU credentials must use eduroam. If you haven’t switched from IU Secure to eduroam, please do it now. New and current eduroam users must also install a […]
With migration over, users are urged not to create any new Box documents. Now that Box files have been migrated to Microsoft or Google storage, you are reminded not to create new documents in your personal, group, organizational, or BEDA Box account. They will not be migrated again, and you will lose that data when […]
As part of ongoing efforts to manage and control COVID-19 on its campuses, IU has started operating its own labs for COVID-19 testing, resulting in faster results and cost savings. The new labs, located in Bloomington and at IUPUI, will ultimately be able to conduct 25,000 tests per week, with turnaround time likely 24 hours […]
UITS is retiring PGP. PGP (Pretty Good Privacy) encryption software was implemented at IU in Spring of 2009 to make it possible for students, faculty, and staff to encrypt disk drives on their devices as a means of better protecting themselves and the university in the event of device loss or theft. At that time, many operating systems did […]
A big change is coming to K2 Workflow, a SharePoint Online application, and we want to give you plenty of time to prepare. As you are likely aware IU has been evaluating its software and licensing cost, with K2 pricing increasing and similar functionality available with our current O365 licensing IU has begun migrating all […]
Through a license with the IU School of Medicine, the IUB campus now has access to use the Electronic Lab Notebook: LabArchives. You may sign on to the service with your IU credentials by starting here: https://mynotebook.labarchives.com/login.