QuickBase vendor representatives will be on campus in the coming weeks to offer product demonstrations and hands-on sessions.
Electronic Lab Notebooks (ELNs) enable researchers to organize and store experimental procedures, protocols, and data online. MIT recently purchased a three-year enterprise license for LabArchives, a cloud-based ELN available at no cost to faculty, staff, students and affiliates.
Old computers were taken apart, new computers were assembled, and data centers were toured as part of the many events at MIT's recent Open House.
Laptop tagging and registration is a free service for MIT community members. It’s offered by IS&T with the support of the MIT Police. The next laptop tagging event is on May 4, 2016 from 10am to 2pm in Lobby 10.
IS&T publishes this newsletter for the communication of periodic security advice, virus alerts, safe computing tips and other kinds of IT security information to the MIT community. More information on IT Security at MIT can be found at http://ist.mit.edu/security.
We received dozens of great submissions from students; here are the 10 ideas for using a Raspberry Pi that most piqued our interest.
Drupal Cloud 4.0 will be released on Tuesday, April 12. This release addresses minor consistency issues; there are no new features.
On Monday, April 4, IS&T began installing Office 2016 on new PCs and Macs imaged via DITR Lite Touch, DeployStudio, or the Apple Device Enrollment Program (DEP).
Starting June 15, Duo two-factor authentication will be required for all students accessing secure MIT systems such as Stellar, Atlas, WebSIS, and other systems protected by Touchstone. Enrollment for Duo is available for students now. IS&T strongly recommends enrolling immediately, so you will have no trouble accessing important systems when the requirement goes into effect this summer.
IS&T recently increased the default quota for all MIT Exchange email users from 2GB to 15GB. This means you can store a lot more email in your Inbox or other Exchange mail folders.