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Tech Bytes

May 16, 2022

Brief how-to articles to connect staff and faculty with IT tools and processes

Duke’s One-of-a-Kind Cellular Network System

May 16, 2022

By Viraaj Punia, '22
OIT Communications Intern

Internet2 Announces Neutral Host Network Pilot Using CBRS Spectrum

May 4, 2022

Duke University, DISH Wireless and Cisco part of collaboration to launch a higher education neutral host network

3 Ways to Tame Digital Clutter

May 3, 2022

From organizing folders to using data storage options, learn how to keep your files straight

UPDATE: Upcoming Changes to Duke’s Wiki and Jira Services

April 28, 2022

As an active user of Duke’s Wiki and/or Jira services we would like for you to be aware of upcoming changes to these services.

Meet the new Duke Web Services Team

April 5, 2022

Since the merger of Trinity College of Arts & Science Technology Solutions Web Support into the Office of Information Technology (OIT) in the Fall of 2020, Duke Web Services has been working towards a coordinated effort to support the university’s website projects without disruption. 

Important Security Update for Apple Devices

March 31, 2022

Apple recently released security updates for Mac computers with macOS Monterey, iPhones, iPads, Apple Watches, and Apple TV devices. These updates fix multiple security vulnerabilities that could allow an attacker to take control of an affected system.

Important Security Update for Web Browsers

March 30, 2022

Google recently released an updated version of its Chrome browser to prevent a risk that could allow attackers to execute arbitrary code on computers running unpatched versions.

Why the Co-Lab Roots Courses are Underrated

March 17, 2022

By Viraaj Punia, '22
OIT Communications Intern

Ways to Keep Your Zoom Meeting Secure

March 15, 2022

As you plan events this spring, keep the following tips in mind, courtesy of OIT's Zoom expert Debrah Suggs, on how to prevent your meeting from being Zoom bombed.

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