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November 2016 Newsletter

Head in the Cloud? It’s Not Such a Bad Thing, After All

With the help of University IT, hundreds of users at Stanford benefit from cloud computing services from providers like Amazon Web Services (AWS). Learn more about AWS and whether it’s right for you.

Stanford Partners Assemble to Improve Response to Information Security Incidents

As part of Stanford’s Quarterly Incident Response Exercise Program, staff members from information security and privacy offices across campus participated in an exercise to refine procedures and prepare quick responses to security threats.

5 Facts About the New Travel Loaner Program

Travel is often part of the job for Stanford faculty, staff, and collaborators. If you are traveling to a high-risk country, University IT offers a free Travel Loaner program that provides mobile computing devices to help protect you from data and identity theft.

AlertSU and Server Updates Benefit Stanford Community

By broadening the reach of AlertSU emergency updates and upgrading Oracle WebLogic Servers, the MaIS team helps ensure the safety of community members and the performance of integral data systems.

How can I save on my personal mobile device plan, and put cash back in my pocket?

Just by being part of Stanford, you’re eligible for discounts of up to 18 percent on monthly service charges for your personal mobile device plans on AT&T, Sprint, and Verizon.

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