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Archive – April 2014

The 'PICSciE Symposium on Data Science' is May 16. Sponsored by PICSciE, the full-day conference will bring together Princeton's computational researchers and scientists from the neurosciences to the digital humanities to share in their computational- and data-intensive research.
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’ 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.