Here’s information about the type of computer you’ll need as an MIT student, how to create your digital identity at MIT, and where to find key information about IT at the Institute.
If you work or study at MIT and need to change your Kerberos password, you have several methods to choose from.
MIT's telephone zervice is migrating to the reliable and familiar Zoom platform.
IS&T is moving forward with the full migration of MIT’s email and calendaring accounts to cloud-based Exchange Online.
Here is what graduating students should do to preserve their digital assets before their MIT accounts are deactivated.
Learn how to responsibly dispose of outdated or surplus Institute-owned computers and peripherals.
Follow your device manufacturer’s guidelines and these tips from IS&T to safely clean and disinfect your computer, mobile devices, and peripherals.
MIT community members have access to eduroam, aWiFi network available at thousands of schools, research facilities, and other locations worldwide.
MIT's Virtual Private Network (VPN) allows you to connect securely to Institute resources no matter where you are and provides protection on public WiFi.
Hold-and-release printing is free for the MIT community, safe, easy to use, and environmentally friendly.