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Duke hosts cybersecurity workshop

July 3, 2019

National Science Foundation-funded meeting is a model for other areas.

IT Security Announcement

May 24, 2019

As of May 24, Microsoft’s remote desktop protocol (RDP) access is no longer allowed from the Internet to the Duke network. If you need to access a machine via RDP, please use the Duke VPN first.

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Duke Staff TechFair July 17

May 24, 2019

Visit OIT's 3rd annual Staff TechFair. Life is a picnic when you're learning something new! Come for lunch, Locopops, tech demos like virtual reality, 3D printing, Wordpress and more. Or attend one of these drop-in mini-workshops.

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Prep your Duke technology for graduation

May 3, 2019

Congratulations Duke class of 2019 graduates. Get your digital life in order before leaving. It's easy to see what you can take with you on the way to alumni status with this checklist.

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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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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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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.

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DukeMobile 7.1 available

February 12, 2019

The new version of the DukeMobile app is now available for Android and iPhone. 

Two new features include the first-year checklist for new students, and the ability to drag and reorder the main menu. The interactive walking map is also available in this version. 

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Mobile DukeCard Now on Android

January 22, 2019

You can add your DukeCard to your Android phone by downloading the Blackboard eAccounts app in Google Playstore. 

To use your Mobile DukeCard you must:

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