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.
MIT is committed to responsibly recycling its eWaste, from larger equipment such as monitors, TVs, computers, copiers, fax machines, and printers to smaller daily-use devices, such as mobile phones, pagers, CDs, and inkjet cartridges. Find out how you can help.
After a recent upgrade, MIT's WebEx conferencing service has a new URL and audio-only access number. MIT faculty, staff, and students can use WebEx at no charge.
Recycling or selling used mobile devices or computers? Learn why erasing data from your devices is important and get pointers on how to do it effectively.
At this event, sponsored by IS&T and Boston-area Adobe user groups, designer Rufus Deuchler will share tips and workflows as he demonstrates tools in Adobe Creative Cloud.
Since January 13, MIT’s campus network has experienced a series of outages that temporarily affected a number of web services. IS&T sheds light on recent service interruptions, as well as steps taken to mitigate risks to the MIT network.
The Extended Support Release (ESR) of Firefox is designed for institutions like MIT: it facilitates long-term support for accessing various websites and lets organizations test and maintain internal web applications for business continuity.
IS&T strongly recommends that MIT community members wait to move to Office 2013 on production machines. We are making Office 2013 Professional Plus available now to enable departments, labs, and centers to transition to Office 2013 when they are ready.
How do you find suitable images while observing copyright or other restrictions? This article offers guidelines and links to image resources.
As with any personal data you access online, there are measures you can take to minimize the risk of exposure.