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Women in STEM at Duke

April 22, 2019

Bolstering research and education in STEM fields is a top priority at Duke

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The Building Blocks of Scheduling Your Day

April 15, 2019

Estimating how much time you need to do something is crucial for efficient planning.

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TechExpo Builds Relationships and Inspires Teamwork

April 10, 2019

About 600 IT staff from across Duke will convene April 12 for the annual TechExpo event.

Hey Siri, Find Me A Discount

April 3, 2019

Save on cell phone repairs and other tech services

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Turn on DukeCard express mode on updated iOS devices

April 3, 2019

Those who have updated their iOS for Apple devices may have lost access to Mobile DukeCard  "express mode." The fix is simple by turning express mode back on in the Apple wallet settings. 

Said@Duke: Karen M. Davis on Women in STEM

March 20, 2019

The Pratt School of Engineering sponsored a panel discussion and movie screening Tuesday exploring the challenges and solutions to address the gender gap in STEM. Along with Karen M. Davis, Business Group CIO & VP of RTI in Research Computing Division, the event also featured Maria Gorlatova, assistant professor of electrical engineering at Duke and Sondra Rivers, director of Global Markets Technology Division at Credit Sussie. 
For more Said@Duke, click here.

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3 Tips for Managing Your Email Inbox

March 19, 2019

Declutter the inbox, use the phone and establish email-free time periods.

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VPN Login Makeover

March 19, 2019

Those connecting to Virtual Private Network (VPN) will automatically receive a software upgrade notice after April 2 which will improve the log-in process and look. VPN users should accept and install the upgrade when logging in the first time after April 2.

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T-Mobile upgrading system at Duke

March 6, 2019

OIT announces that T-Mobile will invest $7M in its Duke campus cell coverage system. T-Mobile will begin upgrading hardware and software in 147 buildings to improve overall cell coverage on campus. Work is expected to be completed by the end of 2019.

Three Keys to Making Disagreements Constructive

February 25, 2019

Differences of opinion can be healthy under the right circumstances

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