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Beware of online scams during busy holiday season
Purdue’s chief information security officer says cyber scams increase as individuals turn to online shopping to save time and money during the busy holiday season. The FBI offers tips and best practices to help consumers protect their personal information.
Geospatial data project will let almost anyone put almost anything on the map
A powerful Web-based system to probe geospatial data for purposes ranging from predicting damaging floods to projecting climate change effects on the poor is the goal of Purdue researchers in a new National Science Foundation-funded project that should help address pressing issues in the U.S. and around the globe.
Early faculty users praise Purdue’s new Conte supercomputer, now open to campus researchers
Purdue’s new Conte cluster, now in full production and ready for use by campus researchers, is earning praise from early faculty users. With 77,520 processing cores, including Intel’s Xeon Phi accelerator technology, Conte is by far the most powerful Purdue research supercomputer yet.
Retiring Steele cluster started Purdue’s national prominence in research supercomputing
Purdue’s Steele cluster supercomputer, retired as of Nov. 30, kicked off the Community Cluster Program partnership between ITaP and faculty researchers in 2008. The program has given Purdue the best high-performance computing infrastructure for research on a single campus in the nation.
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