IS&T provides access to Duo, a two-factor authentication application that leverages landlines and smartphones as an "Approve" or "Deny" system to identify users. Duo is a self service web application that is being used for Touchstone-enabled web applications at MIT.
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GitHub Enterprise is a web-based repository hosting service that allows you to upload and share code.
This software is licensed for use by MIT students, faculty, and staff for use in class instruction or for academic research.
How to obtain
To install, you will need the Nastran 2015 serial number and product key.
Wolfram|Alpha Pro is licensed for use by MIT faculty, staff, and students.
Note: Lincoln Laboratory and Whitehead Institute staff are not covered by MIT's license.
How to Obtain
Important: Licenses must be renewed every year after June 30.
Note: License distribution is done by Wolfram.
MIT has increased Dropbox default storage quotas to 10 TB for MIT faculty, lecturers, and Spring 2020 teaching assistants and to 500 GB for all others at no charge.
In response to requests by community members, these quota increases were made to better facilitate remote learning, working, and collaboration.
OpenID Connect (OIDC) is a RESTful authorization service that allows members of the MIT community to set authorization requirements for applications to access their RESTful Web APIs and Services at MIT. These requirements are based on OAuth2.0.
CrashPlan is the recommended, free cloud backup solution for desktops and laptops at MIT. CrashPlan sends an encrypted copy of your data to Code42 Software servers via the CrashPlan server and Internet2 connection in the IS&T Data Center. TSM is the recommended service for backing up servers.
CrashPlan is available for academic and administrative use by current MIT faculty, staff, and students on both MIT-owned and personal computers.
How to Obtain
Download (MIT certificate required)