On October 26, Microsoft released Office for Mac 2011, their latest productivity suite for the Macintosh platform.
For now, IS&T recommends that MIT users remain on their current versions of Office.
The rapid pace of innovation in the mobile market and the surge of available Android devices have created strong interest in this platform.
Follow @mobile_ninja (twitter.com/mobile_ninja) for the latest mobile device news for the MIT community.
The Written Information Security Program (WISP) addresses the requirements of the new Massachusetts regulations, 201 CMR 17.00, for safeguarding residents from identity theft and fraud. But there's more MIT can do.
WebEx can be used from any computer with a browser, as well as from an iPhone, BlackBerry, or other WiFi or 3G-enabled mobile device.
For those currently using a mobile device running Windows Mobile 5, IS&T suggests migrating to other supported platforms.
All of these incidents occurred in MIT campus residences, with the laptops removed from rooms that were left open or unlocked.
Many of the Toolboxes have been updated.
The Athena clusters and other IS&T-maintained public machines have been upgraded to the 64-bit version of Ubuntu 10.04 ("Lucid").