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OIT's Information Security Office announced its new training schedule. Join in for one, several of all of the 45-minute 'Morning Chats, 'Brown Bag Lunches' or afternoon 'Coffee Talks' on information security.
If you maintain, edit, design, or develop websites at Princeton University, come experience new "Website Wednesdays".  Sponsored by OIT Web Development Services, the event highlights what's new with Princeton's Drupal offering and explores web topics that attendees choose.
'Phishing' on the rise: keep personal information private
Scammers are busily “phishing” for personal information like your social security number, birth date, user accounts and passwords—anything that can give them to access your account, credit or identity, or compromise your computer or device.
Come explore the "Privacy’s Evolution & Why It Matters to You." Princeton's CISO will help us gain insight into both the history of privacy and why everyone needs to be thinking about it in their personal and professional lives.  Registration is required; seats are limited.
Come join the conversation about one of the newest technology buzz words, the "Internet of Things" or IoT. The session provides background on the IoT, what is in place now, where it could be heading, and why we all need to be aware of it.  Remember to register online; seats are limited.
Come join one or several of the upcoming research computing events sponsored by  PicSCIE and OIT.  Choose from workshops and mini-courses on topics from Allinea to Visualization.
Research Computing Day will showcase computational and data-intensive research by graduate students and postdocs from all disciplines, as well as highlight the research computing support, services and infrastructure available to Princeton researchers.
Do you use MATLAB?  Register for the 'Princeton Speaks MATLAB' kickoff event, and join peer MATLAB users for networking and a community of support.
If you maintain, edit, design, or develop websites at Princeton University, come experience new "Website Wednesdays".  Sponsored by OIT Web Development Services, the event highlights what's new with Princeton's Drupal offering and explores web topics attendees choose.
Find answers to IT questions in the new SN@P IT Knowledge Base.
The OIT services catalog has a new home in Services Now at Princeton (SN@P).
IT UnConference 2016... and 2017 save the date!
More than 100 information technology professionals from across the University gathered at 701 Carnegie Center to share in the experience of a conference without a program and  without an agenda. With so many sessions to choose from, one attendee was wanting the conference to be two days.
IT Unconference '16- June 9
Back by popular demand...  This year's IT Unconference is Thursday, June 9. Register for the day-long event, where attendees drive the agenda and lead topic discussions.
Take a tour of Princeton's 47,000-square-foot High Performance Computing Research Center (HPCRC) with Curt Hillegas,  Associate CIO for OIT Research Computing.
Business travel on the horizon?  Borrow technology for the trip.
Traveling for business and need to stay in touch? Look to OIT's mobile loaner program and borrow a smart phone, tablet, laptop, or mobile hotspot to stay connected.
Princeton Python coders, join us for a PrincetonPy session, MGP — A Python pipeline for sample processing, April 7, at 3:00pm.
Come learn Python - the free, dynamic, open-source, general-purpose programming language widely used in all fields of scientific computing.  The workshop is Tuesday, March 15, 2016, 10:00 AM to 4:30 PM, at the Princeton Center for Theoretical Science, 407 Jadwin Hall.
Attend a presentation on research computing and the specialized resources available to researchers at Princeton. The hour-long session is being held on February 15, beginning at 12:30, at 120 the Lewis Science Library.
"Introduction to Programming Using Python," a mini-course for introducing Python programming, is being offered in February. Little or no programming experience is required.
David Sherry will be filling the role of chief information security officer for Princeton University, effective Feb. 29.