Dozens of old Macs ranging from 1984 through early 2000's took center stage during an exhibit hosted by Duke's Office of Information and Technology. Stephen Toback of OIT takes visitors through a memory tour from the Macintosh II through the first powerbooks. Each made some impact on research and education at Duke.
Your Online Pathway to New Skills
January 23, 2018
Free for Duke employees, Lynda.com offers thousands of training videos.
More security for VPN, computing services
January 22, 2018
Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) will soon be required to access several Duke services for increased security.
January 25 - MFA will be required for Virtual Computing Manager (VMC) and Research Toolkits.
Student TechFairs in February
January 18, 2018
OIT is hosting 2 student "I ❤ Tech" fairs in February.
Tuesday, February 6 from 12-2p.m at TEC in Telecom bldg. on West campus.
Tuesday, February 13 from 6-8p.m in Marketplace Upper East on East campus.
Students may attend one or both events.
Students 3D print robotic vehicle for police stops
January 4, 2018
Duke University students use 3D printing to create robotic vehicle designed to keep police officers and civilians safe.
10 Topics Offered in Free 'Learn IT' Series
January 3, 2018
Learn about technology in a relaxed lunch environment
How 3-D Printing is Changing Surgical Care at Duke
December 21, 2017
Custom-made models help doctors plan and practice surgeries before entering the operating room.
The Story Behind Your Email Address
December 18, 2017
The quirky addresses scattered around Duke highlight the evolution of its email system.
5 Holiday Crime Prevention Tips
December 12, 2017
Duke experts offer advice on how to shop safely, travel smart and protect yourself
Duke Research Computing's parody video
December 11, 2017
Duke Research Computing releases its annual holiday parody video to promote its poster session for the Duke Research Computing Symposium. Remember that scene from Love Actually? Dr. Mark DeLong reenacts.