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.
With this latest release, many applications accessible through the Atlas portal will launch and run within the site. Over time, the number of in-place applications will continue to increase.
The Security Operations Team in Information Systems and Technology (IS&T) plays a key role on campus, taking measures to keep the Institute’s network, MITnet, secure. The team also delivers tools, infrastructure, services and consulting that help the MIT community do its work securely.
CrashPlan is MIT’s new cloud-based backup solution for desktops and laptops, replacing IBM Tivoli Storage Manager (TSM, Basic and Standard). TSM Enterprise is still the solution of choice for servers. As of July 1, both services will be available at MIT free of charge.
Taking your laptop, tablet or mobile phone on the road? You may encounter challenges when using them in new locations. Up-front preparation goes a long way: set aside time to ready your device, in the same way you contemplate what to pack.
Before you depart, think through how you’ll want to use your mobile phone and how best to protect it. Read on for a round-up of tips and links for traveling with your phone.
IS&T recently refreshed the W20 cluster with greener computers, new furniture, more adaptable workspaces, and improved accessibility.
If you’ve been keeping a server under your desk for your department, laboratory, or center (DLC), it’s time to rethink your hosting options.
MIT’s Vice President for Information Systems & Technology, John Charles, has been assessing the state of IT@MIT and conducting a listening tour. A 2020 vision for IT@MIT, along with goals and guiding principles, is now ready to be shared with the broader MIT community.
Search engines range from metasearch options to niche offerings. And some sites, while not search engines per se, are eminently searchable.