IS&T offers a number of services aimed at making your computing experience safer. This includes providing you with information and educational opportunities to increase your safe computing awareness.
The IS&T Service Desk assists the MIT community with computing needs analysis and purchasing advice.
Athena "clusters" are public computer labs that are located throughout the MIT campus.
IS&T has partnered with four vendors to provide the MIT community with discounted pricing on several cellular telephone plans.
A guest account is required for voucher or temporary staff, former students or staff who are no longer eligible but need continuing access to their account, and visitors who need an MIT electronic identity.
Your MIT Kerberos account (sometimes called an Athena/MIT/email account) is your online identity at MIT. Once you set up your account, you will be able to access your MIT email, educational technology discounts, your records, computing clusters, printing services, and much more.
When you register for an account on MIT's Athena system, you create your MIT Kerberos identity.