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We’re Listening! NYU Classes Enhancements

by Elisa Rincon Jun 9, 2014
One of the benefits of NYU Classes being built on Sakai, an open source platform, is the flexibility afforded in continually upgrading and enhancing the service. Since the University-wide launch of NYU Classes, the NYU Classes team has continued to develop the service, incorporating user feedback and deploying several enhancements over the course of the previous six months. Read More

Connect - Information Technology at NYU, Technology, Teaching and Learning | Article


Watering Hole­­ Attacks

Information security discussions are plagued with bad analogies, and none sounds stranger than a "watering hole attack," which plays off the tactic in which predatory animals stalk food by waiting at a popular watering hole. Rather than hunt their prey, the predator will wait for the prey to come to it. Hackers are doing something very similar to gain access to systems that might otherwise be too well protected.
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Women Entrepreneurs Festival

Several hundred female innovators from across the country recently came together to build professional skills and relationships, and to share experiences at the fourth annual Women Entrepreneurs Festival hosted by the Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP), a two-year graduate program at NYU's Tisch School of the Arts.
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Download the Upgraded NYU VPN Software

NYU has offered a VPN service to the community for some time, using the Cisco IPsec VPN software (or VPN "client"). Recently, a new version of the VPN software was made available for download. This new software, called Cisco AnyConnect VPN, makes it even easy to connect from many of NYU's locations, and from a wider range of devices, including Android devices, which were not previously supported.
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  • We’re Listening! NYU Classes Enhancements

    by Elisa Rincon Jun 9, 2014
    One of the benefits of NYU Classes being built on Sakai, an open source platform, is the flexibility afforded in continually upgrading and enhancing the service. Since the University-wide launch of NYU Classes, the NYU Classes team has continued to develop the service, incorporating user feedback and deploying several enhancements over the course of the previous six months.
    Read More
    Connect - Information Technology at NYU, Technology, Teaching and Learning | Article

  • Watering Hole­­ Attacks

    by Robert Olivarez May 6, 2014
    Information security discussions are plagued with bad analogies, and none sounds stranger than a "watering hole attack," which plays off the tactic in which predatory animals stalk food by waiting at a popular watering hole. Rather than hunt their prey, the predator will wait for the prey to come to it. Hackers are doing something very similar to gain access to systems that might otherwise be too well protected.
    Read More
    Technology Security, Connect - Information Technology at NYU, Technology | Article

  • Women Entrepreneurs Festival

    by Madeline Friedman Apr 11, 2014
    Several hundred female innovators from across the country recently came together to build professional skills and relationships, and to share experiences at the fourth annual Women Entrepreneurs Festival hosted by the Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP), a two-year graduate program at NYU's Tisch School of the Arts.
    Read More
    Technology, Connect - Information Technology at NYU | Article

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