At a daylong meeting sponsored by the Office of Digital Learning, over 70 faculty and 50 staff discussed technology-enabled education at MIT – everything from games to graduate education.
Given the large number of sites most of us frequent while at work and at home, the only real way to ensure password security (and keep our sanity) is to leverage a password manager.
It’s estimated that at least 10 percent of the MIT community has some form of repetitive strain injury (RSI). The good news is that there are preventive measures you can take to keep RSIs at arm’s length.
Building W91 has been the scene of major renovations, including energy-saving measures and updates to meet safety, code, and Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) standards. The renovations, carried out by Elaine Construction over roughly six months, include both infrastructure and office updates.
CommuniTech is a volunteer-based initiative at MIT that, since 2000, has worked to bridge the digital divide – the gap between those who have access to information technologies and those who do not.
What is crowdsourcing and what is it not? Answers, along with plenty of context, are provided in the soon-to-be-published book, Crowdsourcing, part of The MIT Press Essential Knowledge Series.
In this modern form of forgery, certain email information is masked in an attempt to trick recipients into believing the message came from someone else.
On April 2, the MIT News Office reprinted a letter that Executive Vice President and Treasurer Israel Ruiz sent to the Academic Council detailing planned improvements in emergency preparedness, emergency communication protocols and network-security practices.
Pharos is an ID-card-based system that enables hold-and-release printing. There are two Pharos-based printing options on campus, aimed at different users.
Whether you’re at work, at home, or traveling, on a desktop computer or a mobile phone, there are a few good measures you can take to help keep your data secure.