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Faculty/researcher TechFair Nov. 3

OIT is hosting a TechFair for faculty, instructors, and researchers on Friday, November 3 from 1-4 p.m. at the Technology Engagement Center (TEC) in the Telecommunications Building.  This open-house style event will feature faculty-oriented table-top demos and practical advice about how to get and use Duke’s most important technology services for teaching and learning. Covered topics […]

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Women in IT: No Lines for the Loo

Cathy Hubbs, chief information security officer at American University, will be a featured speaker at Duke as part of National Cyber Security Awareness Month. Hubbs, who has worked in information security since 2002, will talk about cybersecurity today (including the recent Equifax breach) and barriers and opportunities faced by women in IT security.  Session Details. Wednesday, […]

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OIT’s first TechFair a success

OIT hosted its first Duke staff TechFair on Wednesday, July 26 at the Technology Engagement Center. The event was a pilot to gauge end-user engagement interest and showcase TEC. Tables included: Security, 3D printing, virtual reality, Office365, WebEx, Box, IT Training, Law School, MyTours, Software, DukeMobile, Duke Digital Initiative, Duke Web Services, & DukeFlyer. Haven’t been to the […]

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OIT hosts Rewriting the Code event

OIT hosted student fellows from Durham’s Rewriting the Code Program http://rewritingthecode.org  at Duke’s Technology Engagement Center this week. The event included a tour of the space, demoing VR equipment and a panel discussion around the topic of women in technology. Kudos to everyone involved!

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University Staff TechFair – Join Us!

Wednesday, July 26 1:00 – 4:00 p.m. Technology Engagement Center (Telcom Bldg.) Food  +  Prizes  +  Demos Come to this open-house style event to get practical advice about how to access and use Duke’s most important technology services like DukeBox, LastPass & WebEx. Visit table-top demos for emerging technology including Virtual Reality & 3D Printing. See […]

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Duke’s WiFi transition to “Dukeblue” is nearing completion. On August 1, we will shut down the legacy “Duke” wireless network.  All desktops, laptops, mobile devices and tablets should be configured for “Dukeblue” wireless network by this date. Devices may easily be configured using the installer at oit.duke.edu/wireless. If you have questions or concerns, please contact the […]

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A new NetID login page will be introduced on July 5, 2017. The change will also add more to Duke sites – Multi-factor Authentication will be required for Box (box.duke.edu) and several other sites. Read the full story on Duke Today.

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Accessing Qualtrics? Drop the www

Per Qualtrics, the url www.duke.qualtrics.com will now produce an error message. To access Qualtrics  drop the “www” and visit duke.qualtrics.com or https://duke.qualtrics.com. Please update any references or bookmarks you may have.  

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Signing certificates allow you to encrypt emails and digitally sign them. With certificates, the email recipient can have greater confidence that the email you sent has not been tampered with, and that the email originated from you, the expected sender, and not someone impersonating you, the sender. Anyone interested can now request personal signing certificates for email. If you […]

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New Interactive Walking & Bike Tours App

Create campus walking or bicycle tours by uploading images, videos, audio, and text through a web browser, and geo-locate each stop on a map so users can navigate from point to point, through MyTours.  Learn about this pilot service: https://sites.duke.edu/ddmc/2017/04/11/new-interactive-walking-bike-tours-app/

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