If you’re thinking about bringing your drone to campus, think again. UW–Madison has a policy which, for safety and privacy reasons, does not allow students, employees or visitors to operate drones for recreational or hobbyist… Continue Reading No fly zone for recreational drones
From headphones to sleeves to powerbanks, here are the must have tech accessories under $50 for school, work and home. Headphones/Earbuds There are a variety of headphones and earbuds that either have a inner-ear design… Continue Reading At the DoIT Tech Store: Must have tech under $50
It happens all the time. Phones get dropped. Computers crash. Make sure you don’t lose your important personal photos and files. Learn how using iCloud keeps the latest versions of your files accessible on all… Continue Reading Free workshop: Using iCloud for your photos
Get a custom tour of Apple Watch. Bring in your Apple Watch and iPhone and follow along as we show you how to navigate using the digital crown, Siri, and gestures. We’ll help you set… Continue Reading Free workshop: What can I do with the Apple Watch?
The United States Computer Emergency Readiness Team (US-CERT) recently warned about a list of vulnerabilities affecting most or all modern WiFi networks and devices. Following this warning, researcher Mathy Vanhoef of imec-DistriNet, KU Leuven announced his findings about an exploit he has dubbed “Key Reinstallation Attacks” or KRACK at www.krackattacks.com which makes use of these vulnerabilities. Continue Reading Why your Wi-Fi may not be secure, and what to do about it
Version 11 of iOS brought some big changes. From dropping support for many older apps that hadn’t been updated to the 64 bit architecture, to the new user interface and it’s “Control Center” its a… Continue Reading 2 ways iOS 11 helps keep you safer
When it comes to studying for mid-terms, what you bring to the situation will make a big difference in the success you enjoy. With some thoughtful planning, the right setting, and a few useful tips, you can make your study time less stressful, and more effective. Continue Reading 5 Ways to Study more effectively for Midterm exams
The Office of the CIO is overseeing several significant IT initiatives and processes designed to improve the operations and management of IT across the campus. These initiatives are likely to have significant impact across the… Continue Reading Fall 2017 CIO projects, initiatives & processes update
What is the best way to absorb and retain the information you’re taking notes on? Everyone has their own way of taking notes and different way of learning, so by no means is this article… Continue Reading Laptop vs pen: Which is best for note-taking?
A recent study conducted at Zhejiang University in China has shown that such speech recognition systems like Siri, Alexa, and Cortana are vulnerable to inaudible, ultrasonic voice commands that the researchers are calling “Dolphin Attacks.” Continue Reading “Dolphin Attack” – Hacking Phones Via Ultrasound