In partnership with Dropbox, IS&T has launched Dropbox for Business at MIT. This enterprise version of the cloud-based file storage, syncing, and sharing service offers many features beyond those offered for personal accounts.
MIT community members can now use their existing credentials to connect to eduroam, a secure, worldwide WiFi service that provides members with access to networks at thousands of educational and research institutions in the U.S. and over 50 countries.
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There’s a tremendous amount of training available at MIT today, much of it online. Prime examples include lynda.com, Skillsoft, and MIT training from central administrative offices.
Computing devices are everywhere. We use them to communicate with each other, buy products, and manage our accounts. Because they’re so essential, it’s critical that we safeguard these devices and the information on them.
To learn best practices for protecting data and sharing information online, MIT recommends that you watch Securing the Human, a series of free security awareness courses. This video serves as an introduction.