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OIT Academic Technology Services (ATS) moves to 693 Alexander Road and includes web development services, Blackboard services, and data repository services among others.
New 'Single Sign On-Sign Off' for enterprise business applications
Now, sign in once and have access to all core University enterprise business system applications that are protected by PUaccess. Log out from one or all, too!
The OIT Solutions Center Tech Clinic is temporarily located in Frist 309 while renovations are being made to the space in Frist 112.
Video: Student Technology at Princeton
Take a video tour of Student Technology at Princeton and learn about the many computing and technology resources available to Princeton's students.
Student Computer Store: open for business and offering Apple and Dell computers
Princeton students can choose from five models, Apple or Dell, and includes the Dell XPS 12 convertible notebook and Apple Air. SCI computers are specially-priced for Princeton students and fully supported on campus. Check it out!
Adobe licensing for higher education has changed to a subscription-based offering of the full 'Creative Cloud' or a single application. Single user/multi-device and single device/multi-user licenses can be purchased through the OIT Online Store.
During Reunions weekend, OIT provides Wi-Fi to all visitors on campus through the 'PUVisitor' wireless network service. Princeton also offers 'eduroam' for visiting eduroam users.
OIT is pleased to announce new color printing for students at the OIT computing cluster in Frist 300.
Whether teaching or managing projects, collaboration tools are sure to help. A new Collaboration & Conferencing Technologies website (www.princeton.edu/collaboration) introduces the tools and services available on campus and helps you find the tool for you and your need.
Jay Dominick, VP and CIO, provides update on Heartbleed at Princeton, confirms major systems are no longer at risk, and strongly encourages campus to change passwords. Dominick also alerts campus to the likelihood of increased phishing attempts. Don't fall prey.
For information about the recent OpenSSL vulnerability, Heartbleed, follow 'News and Views' on the IT Security website:  www.princeton.edu/itsecurity/securitynews
Princeton CrashPlan – easy and secure backup for your data
‘Princeton CrashPlan’ file backup service is coming to campus and will start making an appearance in departments April 2014. The service is especially for faculty and staff and is used to back up files on laptops and desktops---mobile device backups are coming soon!
At this year's Service Recognition celebration, Jeanne Mrak and Sal Rosario, employees of the Office of Information Technology, receive recognition for their leadership, dedication, and service to the University.
Register for the PICSciE offered mini-course on array programming and math functions within Python's NumPy module.  Space is limited to 25 participants.
OIT is pleased to welcome Ellen Amsel as Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) for Princeton University, effective March 20.
Watch a short video about the new Google Drive service at Princeton that's especially for faculty, staff, and graduate students.
Video: OIT Enterprise Servers and Storage Services
Take a video tour with the OIT team that provides Enterprise Servers and Storage (ESS) services from architecture and operations to systems deployment and security.
The PU Learning Series (PULSe) technology webinars have moved to Wednesdays, from noon to 1pm.  We hope to see you.
Now, print from mobile devices and to more printers
Printing on campus is now more convenient with two features that support printing to OIT cluster printer and Library printers, and printing from mobile devices.
Now, Google Drive at Princeton for Grad Students, Faculty and Staff
Princeton graduate students, faculty, and staff can now get Princeton Google Drive accounts, and the many benefits and the specialty tools that go along with them.