Microsoft changes may require Outlook email update
October 9, 2017
On October 31, Microsoft will make a change affecting the ability of some Duke email users using old and/or unpatched versions of the Outlook email client on Windows computers. As a result, computers with the old software will not be able to access Office 365 email and calendars.
OIT, cellular networks work to provide better service around campus
October 5, 2017
Duke’s Office of Information Technology is working to improve coverage on campus.
Printing outside the borders
October 3, 2017
Duke Engineering students design and 3D-print a prosthetic arm for a young Haitian boy at Duke's Technology Engagement Center Co-Lab studio.
MacOS 10.13 upgrade considerations
September 29, 2017
Duke Mac users may consider delaying an upgrade to High Sierra MacOS 10.13 which was released on Monday, September 25.
Cybersecurity Awareness speaker: American University Chief IT Security Officer
September 25, 2017
American University Chief Information Security Officer Cathy Hubbs will speak during Cybersecurity Awareness Month in conjuction with Duke's women in technology efforts.
Nurturing the Nanotech Maker in Us All
September 17, 2017
New free online course teaches anyone how to make and examine materials on a molecular scale
Faculty/Researcher TechFair - Nov. 3
September 13, 2017
OIT is hosting an open-house TechFair for faculty, instructors, and researchers November 3, 2017 from 1-4pm at the Technology Engagement Center (TEC). Come for demos, food and giveaways and to learn quick tips about technology resources on campus.
Internet of Things (IoT) Open House
September 1, 2017
Tuesday, October 17, 2pm at Technology Engagement Center (TEC). The Duke Digital Initiative (DDI) is exploring the opportunities and challenges of IoT and how this massive connectivity of devices might impact Duke inside and outside the classroom.
IT Security warns of hurricane Harvey charity scams
August 31, 2017
Be wary of post-Harvey charity scams. Scam artists use bogus websites, emails, social media appeals and fake crowdfunding campaigns to capitalize on Americans' generosity after major crises like Harvey.