Data has really exploded in the past five to ten years. Teams are now managing petabytes or exabytes worth of data; in the past it was gigabytes. This growth has a lot to do with how you can stream data into systems in real time, along with the different types of data sources available.
The Spring IT Partners Conference was a plethora of informational panels and vendor tables...as well as free trinkets.
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Laptop tagging and registration is a free service for MIT community members. It’s offered by Information Systems & Technology (IS&T), with the support of the MIT Police. The next laptop tagging event is on June 14, 2016 from 10am to 2pm in Stata Center (in conjunction with the IT Partners Spring Conference).
Information Systems and Technology (IS&T) will host Shred IT Day on Tuesday, June 14, from 9am – 5pm on Student Street in the Stata Center (Building 32). Get rid of all unneeded documents that might contain sensitive data, as well as up to 10 old hard drives, thumb drives, CDs and/or digital tapes.
Electronic Lab Notebooks (ELNs) enable researchers to organize and store experimental procedures, protocols, and data online. MIT recently purchased a three-year enterprise license for LabArchives, a cloud-based ELN available at no cost to faculty, staff, students and affiliates.
We received dozens of great submissions from students; here are the 10 ideas for using a Raspberry Pi that most piqued our interest.