As a participating member of Eduroam, CI students and employees now has the ability to securely access Wi-Fi networks when visiting participating Eduroam campuses free of charge.
There has been a lot of news recently regarding the Heartbleed Bug, a security threat that was erroneously introduced into the code of OpenSSL back in late 2011. T&C has determined its critical systems have not been affected by this threat and continue to perform evaluations of its other systems.
Additional information about public services such as Google, Yahoo, Facebook, etc. may be found here as well as at other sites on the internet:
- Which sites have patched the Heartbleed bug?
- The Heartbleed Bug Hitlist: The Passwords you need to Change Right Now.
After several months of development, we're pleased to announce that goCI, CI's official mobile app, is now available for iOS and Android devices. goCI helps students, employees and campus visitors get fast, easy access to the campus directory, map, events calendar, and much more! Visit the goCI support page to download the free app and to learn about goCI's features.
The Division of Technology is pleased to announce that a site license has been obtained for all campus-owned Windows and Mac computers for Camtasia Studio and Camtasia SnagIt.
Camtasia Studio enables users to create and edit high-quality, narrated screen recordings and video demonstrations. Camtasia SnagIt is a screen capture tool.
Over the coming months, these products will be added to the standard software that is delivered on all new campus computers. Individuals and organizations that would like the software ahead of time may
contact the T&C Help Desk at firstname.lastname@example.org to request expedited installation of either product.