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Firefox releases urgent update

November 30, 2016

Developers with both Mozilla and Tor have published browser updates that patch a critical Firefox vulnerability being actively exploited to deanonymize people using

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Well-crafted Phishing Attack Targets Duke Community

November 21, 2016

In the wake of targeted phishing attacks aimed at Duke faculty and graduate students, Duke’s IT Security Office is warning Duke community members to step up their vigilance in spotting potential email threats. At least five Duke faculty and students have received well-crafted, individually targeted emails that contained malicious attachments or links. The emails were especially persuasive because they contained references to recipients’ interests and came from legitimate email addresses that had been compromised by the attackers.

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OIT staff wins Teamwork Award

November 1, 2016

OIT staff Bart Lawyer is part of a team that wins the Duke Teamwork Award for breathing new life into the West Union. Two of Duke’s highest honors, the Teamwork and Diversity awards, are presented every year to employees who foster collaboration, cooperation and open communication as a team or demonstrate a respect and value for differing backgrounds and points of view.

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Virtual reality room in Edens for students

October 24, 2016

OIT helps set up and maintain a virtual reality room in Edens residence hall on west campus. Students can use the immersive VR technology in BoltVR for gaming and other VR apps. 

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12 Must-Have Experiences at Duke

October 21, 2016

It’s time to add items to your Duke Bucket List. Whether you are a Duke employee, student or first-time campus visitor, there are unique Duke experiences that can’t be missed, such as enjoying the island scenery at the Duke Marine Lab, exploring historic Cameron Indoor Stadium or visiting the top of Duke Chapel for a beautiful view. Here are 12 places or ways to fully experience Duke: Watch the Sun Come Up at Duke Gardens

Get Tips on Protecting Your Data

October 7, 2016

Looking for ways to protect your personal information online? Two seminars in the LearnIT @ Lunch series will provide tips.

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Five Free, Fun Things at Duke in October

September 30, 2016

Witness 3D printing, help paint a mural on interior walls, attend an All Hallow’s Eve candlelight service in Duke Chapel, and more as part of Duke’s free campus events in October.

The Working@Duke editorial team searches the Duke Events Calendar to bring you five things to do at Duke each month during the academic year. Check these events out and visit Duke Today again in early November for the next installment of fun.

Oct. 5 – See 3D printing in action

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Guard Against Cyber Threats, Get a Chance at a GoPro

September 30, 2016

As part of National Cyber Security Awareness Month in October, the Duke University and Duke Health IT Security Offices are asking employees and students to take a quiz to test their knowledge about ransomware and other phishing attacks.

Learn How to Code for Free

September 23, 2016

Through a free program led by four Duke professors, employees and students have a unique chance to learn coding skills.

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New Makerspace and Technology Hub Opens on Campus

September 13, 2016

A new Technology Engagement Center, complete with an expanded Co-Lab Studio makerspace, is now open in the renovated first floor of the Telecommunications Building.

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