MIT’s Human Resources department has joined forces with schools and departments, labs and centers (DLCs) to bring MIT staff the second Careers Across MIT event.
Heartbleed, a serious vulnerability in the OpenSSL cryptographic software library, exposes large amounts of sensitive data to attackers. Read on to find out how it's being fixed and what you need to do.
Monday Productivity Pointers features lynda staff author Jess Stratton, who shares insights about using your devices and software more effectively. Every Monday she’s back with tips on a new topic; most of these tutorials run from two to ten minutes.
MIT’s online purchasing system has undergone a dramatic renovation. With an improved user interface and an array of features designed to simplify the buying experience, the process of ordering supplies and services from preferred vendors is faster and easier than ever.
The updated MIT Offices & Services Directory features an attractive and well-organized design, a responsive website, and building numbers that link to the campus map.
Two savvy community members – Stephanie Hatch Leishman of Communication Production Services (CPS) and Amanda Justice of Academic Media Production Services (AMPS) – share simple tips for improving your content’s searchability.
Scott Murray, who is both a social media specialist and an advisor for GECD, shares insights about his role and growing an audience for his department's social media channels.
The Registrar’s Office rolled out its newest digital tool, an online add/drop form, just in time for the start of spring term. The new form improves the process for users and paves the way for other digital forms.
Julia is a high-level, high-performance dynamic programming language for technical computing, developed at MIT by Professor Alan Edelman, Jeff Bezanson, Stefan Karpinski, and Viral Shah.