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Elimination of Harmful Language Initiative website launches

The goal of the initiative is to eliminate many forms of harmful language, including racist, violent, and biased (e.g., disability bias, ethnic bias, ethnic slurs, gender bias, implicit bias, sexual bias) language in Stanford websites and code, and also in everyday language and terminology.

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Device compliance enforcement resumes May 5

Campus network access restrictions were paused in response to the global pandemic. This pause was extended to provide a grace period to help ease the community’s transition back to on-site work. It’s critical to safeguard the devices we use for Stanford work. If one or more of your devices isn’t compliant, please take the necessary steps prior to May 5.

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Box migrations: your top questions answered

Stanford’s move from Stanford University Box to alternate solutions is well underway. Several groups have successfully completed their migrations and many others will move their content in the upcoming months. Here’s a short article to answer some basic questions about what to expect.

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Stanford Webex dial-in phone number is changing

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Stanford University Box: UIT begins scheduled migrations

The ongoing effort to reduce the use of Stanford University Box is entering its final phase. University IT (UIT) is providing a centrally-supported service that can move existing data in your Box account into a new folder on Google My Drive, Google Shared drives, or Microsoft OneDrive.

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Update your Apple devices now to protect against spyware

On Sept. 13, Apple issued emergency software updates for the iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch and Mac computers after security researchers uncovered a flaw that allows highly invasive spyware to infect devices without a single click. University IT urges immediate updates to all Apple devices.

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Cardinal Print now available for students

Cardinal Print devices have been installed in a variety of locations around campus for printing, scanning and copying.

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Academic and research software available at no charge

Thanks to new university funding, a number of software subscriptions widely used by researchers, engineers, scientists, educators, and students will be available at no charge to individual users.

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Return to campus tech checklist

If you're returning to on-campus work after an extended period of working remotely, welcome back! To navigate the transition and ensure your technology will be ready to use when you need it, check out the tips, reminders and resources in this guide.  

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UIT’s Technology Guide for incoming students

This guide from University IT has information and resources for helping incoming students get started with technology on campus.

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