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Purdue email users may notice fewer spam messages in their inbox
Purdue email account holders may notice fewer unsolicited messages, known as spam, in their email inbox due to a recent email setting change. Individuals do not need to take any action, although they may want to review messages from PureMessage Admin over the next few days to verify legitimate mail is not quarantined.
- Recent IU data breach serves as reminder to help keep Purdue's sensitive material secure
While Purdue works diligently to secure the University community’s data from intruders, faculty, staff and students also need to be good stewards of data they have access to, as a recent data breach that exposed addresses and Social Security numbers of more than 146,000 Indiana University students and graduates shows.
- IT Operational Oversight Committee helps guide Purdue’s information technology offerings
Featuring a representative group of faculty, students and staff, the IT Operational Oversight Committee (OOC) is a keystone in the shared governance model that enables campus IT leaders to cultivate valuable input before important decisions are made on Purdue’s information technology resources.
Data data everywhere, including HUBzero hubs, where it’s ready for researchers to put it to work
Ann Christine Catlin’s ITaP Research Computing (RCAC) group is augmenting Purdue’s HUBzero platform for the “big data” era, making it possible for researchers to collaborate in analyzing data and generating new knowledge on a broad range of topics, from earthquake engineering to treating cancer.