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For IT Staff

Overview of Services

Work better with colleagues on- and off-campus with collaboration and communications tools - from chat to web conferencing, email to sharing sites, OIT has a solution to build your workflow.
Download more than 100 software packages available to staff, students and faculty for free or at a steep discount. Browse for your favorites or find new tools.
Get access to the tools you need to work, study or teach. Your Duke NetID & password and Office365 email are the keys to technology at Duke.
Take steps to protect yourself from IT security threats. Stay one step ahead with antivirus and malware protection, data loss protection, password management and more.
Create a new website for your department, group or course. Or develop an app. OIT has tools to do-it-yourself, or you can hire experts on-campus to make your vision reality.
DukeCard is your official Duke ID. It gives you access to buildings and facilities like the gym and library. You can also pay for everything from dining to vending machines across campus.
Get work done with printing and labs. OIT has dozens of ePrint locations, plus physical and virtual computer labs across campus. Make your next big project amazing with specialty labs like the Co-Lab maker-space and the Multimedia Project Studio (MPS).
Host virtualized operating systems, servers and storage systems across campus. These cloud-based options prevent hardware failures and can expand your computing, hosting and storage power at Duke. 
Connect to Duke from anywhere. Access Duke's robust wireless and wired data network throughout the university. Use VPN to connect from off-campus or Eduroam to connect all over the globe.
Get cutting edge technology to help you teach and learn in the 21st century. OIT can help with lecture capture and streaming, learning management systems, and course websites.
Set up your department using automation tools for Duke-wide IT systems. IT staff and system administrators can coordinate authorizations, virtual computing, performance monitoring, HR & finance systems, and more through automation and IT systems.

Recent News

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Duke Research Computing Symposium

January 12, 2017

New Frontiers in Data and Computation on January 20, 2017, concludes the three days of the Duke Research Computing Symposium at the Great Hall of the Trent Semans Center on Duke’s School of Medicine campus. Register

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Linux training available

January 12, 2017

The Innovation Co-Lab has curated a no-cost Introduction to Linux online course using the online training modules. The complete course is approximately 4.5 hours taught in five modules.

Students work at the TEC 3D print lab

LearnIT@Lunch spring series

January 12, 2017

Join us for the first Learn IT @ Lunch session of the semester on January 25 – Explore the new Technology Engagement Center (TEC).  Also, save the dates for upcoming sessions including DukeBox: The New User Experience; Internet of Things (IoT); Managing your Online Presence.

Roots training on new tools & tech

January 12, 2017

A training program of OIT's Innovation Co-Lab, where students, faculty or staff of any skill and confidence level can comfortably start to gain an understanding of how to make use of a variety of tools and technologies.

Learn IT @ Lunch

See the full schedule and read class descriptions. 
No registration required. Bring a lunch.

Putting the tech in TEC - January 25

DukeBox: New user experience - Feburary 15

DukeExplore & Duke Location Learning - February 22

Internet of Things – Put a Chip in it! - March 8

Managing your online presence - March 22

Sustainability in technology - April 18



ECE + CS Student Showcase

January 18, 2017 -
10:30 am to 12:30 pm

S&S Dialogues: The Internet of Things ¿ An Unprecedented Window Into Your Life and Behavior

January 19, 2017 -
12:00 pm to 1:00 pm

"Research Communities and Emerging Technology"

January 19, 2017 -
2:30 pm to 5:00 pm

The Link service desk

The LINK Service Desk

The link service desk

Help is steps away. Visit the LINK service desk in the lower level of Perkins Library to answer all of your IT questions. You can even borrow equipment like chargers, iPads, and GoPro cameras. 


Diversify IT

Diversify IT

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The Diversify IT group holds networking events, discussion groups, speakers and outreach events with the mission to increase diversity in the IT workforce at Duke. Join us!

Get ePrint Mobile

Print on the Go!

Get ePrint Mobile and print on the go.

Download the Pharos print app and connect to Duke's ePrint network. Watch the video to learn how.