Keeping the Duke Community Wired

October 27, 2020

Duke OIT provides tools and guidance to keep the Duke community working and learning remotely during COVID-19

Upgrade for Cisco AnyConnect VPN Client, 10/20

October 12, 2020

An upgraded version(4.9) of Cisco’s AnyConnect VPN client is available now at  On October 20, 2020, this upgrade will happen automatically for all active VPN users.

Protect Yourself Against Phishing, Win Apple Watch

October 1, 2020

Learn best practices for fighting phishing during Cybersecurity Month

Sharpen Your Tech Skills Over Lunch

September 29, 2020

Learn IT @ Lunch series returns with advice on cybersecurity and digital tools

Renew Adobe License By October 7

September 28, 2020

Thousands of users at the University, Health System and DKU can renew now

Combatting Misinformation Online: the UK Perspective

September 25, 2020

Comments Sought in Regular Review of Vice President for Information Technology Tracy Futhey

September 24, 2020

The performance of senior officers at Duke is reviewed at regular intervals by a broad-based committee of colleagues. Vice President for Information Technology and Chief Information Officer Tracy Futhey, who has served since 2002 is being reviewed this fall, and we welcome the input of the Duke community in the review.

Sign Up For IT Status Alerts

September 23, 2020

Since the majority of us are working and studying virtually, we are depending on technology like never before and it can be disruptive, when, for example, an important system like Zoom goes down. For awareness, Duke’s Office of Information Technology encourages students, faculty and staff to sign up for IT status alerts.
Duke’s IT status alert system informs members of the Duke community when technology such as the university’s wireless network, email or other online systems are affected by upgrades, unforeseen outages or maintenance.

Zoom Postpones Required Passcodes

September 22, 2020

Required passcodes will be delayed until after the fall semester

Phishing Drill Prepares Community for Email Scams

September 14, 2020

Duke IT security offers simulated attacks to train employees to spot hacking