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Temporary ITS locations in Nord Hall and Leutner Commons will address students' technology questions as the Fall semester begins.

ITS on the go

Adithi Iyengar, Staff Writer August 28, 2015

For those who need help need help with technology, Information Technology Services (ITS) will bring its services from its Customer Assistance, Resource and Education (CARE) center to other locations on...

ITS to implement mandatory two-factor authentication for VPN access, disable outdated connection protocols

Joseph Satterfield, Web Editor April 10, 2015

Starting April 20, ITS will require all users of Case Western Reserve University’s VPN to register a form of two-factor authentication on their accounts in order to continue accessing the service. This...

Changes to VPN aim to provide more Internet security

Kevin Wang, Staff Reporter February 5, 2015

Two-factor authentication has been an important security feature offered by popular services such as Gmail for years, and it is now coming to Case Western Reserve University’s network. Two-factor authentication...

Sophomores Ian Ferre and Sam Crisanti have won grant money from the EPA to help fund their foot-powered cell phone charger.

CWRU students develop foot-powered cell phone charger to help Africa’s poorest

Suneil Kamath, Staff Reporter January 30, 2015

For two Case Western Reserve University engineering students, a routine class project has now become funded by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Sophomores Ian Ferre and Sam Crisanti took...

CES wrap-up: Everykey

Katie Wieser, Executive Editor January 24, 2015

Everykey's second Las Vegas experience was a completely different one than their first trip last year. “It was a whole different ballgame coming to CES with a product instead of a concept,” said...

Some of the latest trends shown at the show included wearable technologies and innovations for cars and televisions.

Wearable computing, Internet of Things and more on display at Consumer Electronics

Joseph Satterfield, Web Editor January 16, 2015

Each year, manufacturers and sellers of every type of electronic device gather in Las Vegas for the Consumer Electronics Show, a four-day exposition to showcase their products. The vendors pull out their...

Intel CEO puts hiring diversity in focus

Brian Krzanich looks to reach full inclusion by 2020
Katie Wieser, Executive Editor January 8, 2015

The International Consumer Electronics Show is an annual event which always gets people talking. But today the buzz was about more than the latest electronic innovation or product release. As a part of...

Day two at CES

Day two at CES

Katie Wieser, Executive Editor January 8, 2015

It was pretty quiet over at the Case Western Reserve University startup booths today, but it wasn’t because of low traffic. Rather the high level meetings and networks developed during day two of International...

Oculus VR's latest prototype was on display at CES 2015

Oculus Rift Crescent Bay Hands On

Joseph Satterfield, Web Editor January 7, 2015

Oculus VR brought the latest prototype of their popular Rift headset to the CES show floor. This new prototype, given the code name Crescent Bay, added full three dimensional head tracking and built in...

CWRU at CES day one

Highlights from the Blackstone Launchpad and think[box] booths at the consumer electronics show
Katie Wieser, Executive Editor January 7, 2015

The first day of the International Consumer Electronics Show 2015 is over and the Case Western Reserve University startups have been making an impact. Though traffic was a little slow during the morning,...

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