Keep a clean machine - Cyber security tip of the week
29 October 2015
Computers are the work of human minds, and humans make mistakes. In the world of information technology, these mistakes are called bugs. Bugs can make your computer and other Internet-connected...
Strengthen your passwords - Cyber security tip of the week
22 October 2015
Just like the lock on your door helps protect your home, your passwords serve to protect your accounts and personal information. You can share in the responsibility of protecting your accounts and...
Quentin Burdick Building offers new collaboration stations for students
20 October 2015
Students demonstrate the collaborative possibilities of new group workspace in the Quentin Burdick Building. Students searching for a group workspace now have 24/7 access to collaboration stations in...
Use caution when connecting to public Wi-Fi – Cyber security tip of the week
16 October 2015
NDSU goes to great lengths to keep the on-campus wireless network secure. Off-campus, however, free Wi-Fi hotspots can be risky. Free public Wi-Fi at coffee shops, libraries, restaurants and...
Free MATLAB seminar offered on campus
15 October 2015
Students, faculty and staff are invited to a free MATLAB seminar hosted by MathWorks in partnership with the NDSU Information Technology Division: Wednesday, Oct. 2110 a.m. – 3 p.m.Century...
Fix released for Outlook 2011 and Mac OS X El Capitan
13 October 2015
Microsoft released an update for Outlook 2011 that improves compatibility issues with Mac OS X El Capitan. The update fixes the issue that caused Outlook 2011 to freeze when attempting to sync with...
Use Outlook for Mac? Don't upgrade to El Capitan
12 October 2015
Mac users who connect to email using Outlook 2011 or 2016 should wait to upgrade to OS X El Capitan. The update to El Capitan causes Outlook to crash. When Outlook tries to sync with the mail server,...
Protect yourself from phishing attempts – Cyber security tip of the week
05 October 2015
Cybercriminals have become quite advanced in their attempts to lure people in and steal their information or money. Email, instant messages, or text messages they send often appear to be from a...
Technology and Active Learning at NDSU
14 September 2015
Understanding the Intersection of Technology and Active Learning TechXploration Week kicks off Monday, Sept. 14, with a keynote presentation by Jeffrey Boyer, assistant professor of practice in the...
NDSU TechXploration: Drones, 3D Printers, Green Screen and More!
01 September 2015
NDSU students, faculty and staff are invited to discover campus technologies that can enhance their NDSU experience during TechXploration Week, Sept. 14 – 18. TechXploration Week will offer a...