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Customize your news feed on Stanford Mobile

The most recent Stanford Mobile app release brings a more accessible and unified view of all the latest news stories across Stanford, and an easy way to share them with others.

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Do you use Stanford Box to store documents? Change is coming

On  June 30, Box will transition all Stanford Box users to its new web user interface. Here's what to expect.

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Mobile hotspot service lets you work or learn from anywhere

University IT hotspots allow up to 20 connections and let you to take a classroom, workspace, meeting or retreat outside or to an alternate location.  

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Stanford pilot-testing new Slack feature that lets channels have audio-only conversations

Stanford is participating in a pilot program for Slack Huddles, a new social audio feature that lets you talk, live and ad-hoc, with your teammates in a Slack channel.

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University IT now offers virtual meeting and webinar support

If you're planning an upcoming virtual meeting or event, and worried about the technology logistics, we’re here to help.

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Overwhelmed by storage options? University IT has a new tool to help you choose

Variety can be a good thing, yet it can complicate decision-making. While the university provides many storage options, we now have a storage recommendation tool to help you confidently choose a solution that meets your specific needs.

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Create a Slack workspace for your course from Canvas

Thanks to a partnership between Stanford University IT and Learning Technologies and Spaces, instructors in most schools can create private Slack workspaces for their courses directly through the Canvas tool.

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Cardinal Print: your all-in-one solution for printing, scanning, and copying

When faculty, staff, and students return to campus, Cardinal Print multifunctional devices (MFDs) will be the new go-to device to fulfill printing, scanning, and copying needs.

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Conversations with Extraordinary Leaders in Neurodiversity

Join us for the third virtual event in the "Conversations with Extraordinary Leaders" speaker series on April 20, 2021.

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Hone Your Skills at Stanford WebCamp: April 29 to May 1

Stanford WebCamp is a free event created for the Stanford community and by the Stanford community to discuss the ins and outs of building websites and research tools.

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