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Rebekah Rogers: Evolving Still

   September 3, 2021
The Rogers lab shines a light on the genetic basis of — and reasons for — evolutionary innovation. Read more


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Install student software

   August 18, 2021
Now students have two new options to access more software than ever before! Read more


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Google Updates for July 2021

   July 12, 2021
Updates to Google this month include a security setting to Google files shared with "Anyone with a link." Read more


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Traveling with DUO: What to know

   July 8, 2021
If you plan to travel and access University systems, know your authentication plans before you pack your bags. Read more


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Google Updates for June 2021

   June 1, 2021

1. Add "Smart chips" and (FINALLY!) create checklists in Google Docs

You can already use Smart chips in Google Docs by typing "@" and then a name to show contact information. This month, Google will unleash more features, including "Smart chips" to easily add and preview files and meetings across Google Docs, Sheets, Slides files, other Google Drive files, and Calendar events....

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IT Tips for Returning to Campus

   May 25, 2021
If you're returning to campus after you've been away for a while, the tips below will help you reconnect personal and work devices to campus IT. Read more


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Dr. Shaikh: Talking the Talk

   May 19, 2021
Dr. Samira Shaikh and her team use University high performance computing resources to study and improve how our communication tools, like conversational assistants, use language models, dialogue agents and text classification. Read more


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Prepare for Google storage changes

   April 22, 2021

While you’re spring cleaning this year, don’t forget your Google Workspace files. With Google’s recent announcement on planning to end unlimited Google Workspace storage beginning in June 2022 (see Additional Information:...

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New data center serves as the nucleus for University tech

   April 14, 2021
A new, enterprise-level data center has opened to centralize the University’s critical computing resources. The center will house all enterprise and unit-specific systems, administrative computing systems and academic computing systems, including Banner. Read more


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‘IceID’ malware shocks US Universities

   April 12, 2021
A malware designed to destroy your personal computer is taking major U.S. Universities by storm. Coast-to-coast, higher ed is feeling the chill of the trojan malware known as IceID. Read more