MIT's open wireless networks will be retired in 2012
February 2, 2012As a protective measure, MIT plans to retire its open wireless networks, MIT and MIT N. After the change, users will have three wireless options on campus: MIT GUEST, MIT SECURE and MIT SECURE N.
Five-year effort by Campus Energy Task Force saves MIT millions of dollars, kilowatt-hours
December 21, 2011
IS&T offers limited support for Windows Phone 7, will end support for Windows Mobile
December 9, 2011IS&T now offers limited support for Windows Phone 7 (WP7), Microsoft's latest mobile platform. All four major cellular providers carry Windows Phone 7 devices.
Vegan chef and author dishes on healthy food and dining at MIT
December 8, 20113 Questions with a Bon Appétit chef visiting campus this week to showcase vegan cooking in the dining halls and dorm kitchens.
3 Questions with a student leader: IFC President Tommy Anderson
December 1, 2011Hear from the MIT junior and newly elected Interfraternity Council President.
National campus safety expert holds educational workshops at MIT
November 29, 2011Risk management speaker talks with students, staff and alumni.
At your service in the Stratton Student Center: one Greenbean recycling machine
October 21, 2011Zoe is the Greenbean recycling machine near the stairs on the first floor of W20. Part of a pilot program sponsored by the MIT Department of Facilities, Zoe is taking community recycling to the next level.
Green-thumbed graduate students create skyline oasis at McCormick
October 18, 2011Residence hall rooftop transformed into garden, community space.
IS&T now offers support for Mac OS X 10.7 (Lion)
October 18, 2011The latest Macintosh operating system offers many new features that enhance functionality for end users. Some of those enhancements change behaviors in Kerberos, wired DHCP and user navigation.
Maseeh Hall formally dedicated
October 14, 2011President Hockfield calls it 'central achievement' of Campaign for Students
Cyber security: Education is the key
October 14, 2011If you haven't yet been a victim of phishing, malware or other online fraud, statistics show that it may just be a matter of time. With the number of cyber threats growing daily, it helps to be reminded of how you can do your part to combat the risks.
Jane Phillips, employee in Office of Vice President for Finance, dies at 65
October 13, 2011
MIT launches social network for ridesharing
October 12, 2011Partnership with Zimride creates a secure platform to enhance campus mobility.
President Hockfield takes the long view during annual State of the Institute forum
October 4, 2011MIT on solid financial foundation despite uncertain economy.
Partner vendors offer cellphone discounts to MIT community members
September 22, 2011
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