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Connecting Multiple Apple Devices to Eduroam

July 4th, 2022 | by
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Some students and staff receive a connection error when trying to connect to eduroam on multiple Apple devices at once. The Apple keychain prevents connecting to eduroam when using multiple eduroam identifiers.

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#ITbites – Part 2

July 1st, 2022 | by
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Whether it’s a shortcut, tutorial, tip or trick – since February 2022, we’ve been providing you with all kinds of life hacks from the IT sector every three weeks via our social media channels Facebook and Twitter using the hashtag #ITbites.

Don’t have one of the two social media accounts? No problem! Today we’re recapping the #ITbites from Q2 2022 for you here on the blog so you don’t miss a thing. You missed the lifehacks from the 1st quarter? Then feel free to check out our last post 😊 Read the rest of this entry »

Archive Migration – The Journey Continues!

June 29th, 2022 | by

 

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Archive migration is probably what is called a mammoth project in IT. In addition to the enormous size of around 1.7 petabytes (PB) that needs to be migrated, some of the data has been stored in the archive for a very long time. This in itself is a great result and testimony to a secure and stable archive, but this circumstance caused the project team around the archive migration one or the other challenge.

 

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CEO Fraud: When “Superiors” ask for Money

June 27th, 2022 | by
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Online fraud schemes are constantly evolving and becoming more devious. In some cases, it can be extremely difficult to spot the scam. Yet one particular fraud method seems to be growing in popularity in recent years and, more importantly, causing ever greater damage: the CEO Fraud. In this article, we’ll explain exactly how this method works and how you can protect yourself from it. Read the rest of this entry »

E-Mail Attachments and Their Challenges

June 22nd, 2022 | by
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Everybody has experienced this: You are working on documents with several people. When the work statuses then need to be exchanged, there are various approaches.

Still popular is the sending of attachments via e-mail. Sounds easy, but it can cause some difficulties.

To support you at this point, the IT Center has prepared a handout on how to deal with attachments. But let’s start from the beginning…

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E-Mail Security – E-Mail & Mail Statistics at RWTH

June 15th, 2022 | by
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About 50 years ago, the first e-mail was sent – albeit between two computer systems that were part of the same local network. In the 1980s, the internet was opened up to a larger circle of users and e-mail was given its own transmission protocol “Simple Mail Transfer Protocol” (SMTP).

Even today, the exchange of messages via e-mail is undoubtedly an important way of exchanging information between parties via an asynchronous communication channel.

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RWTHmoodle User Survey 2022

June 13th, 2022 | by
Homepage of the RWTHmoodle User Survey 2022

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Today, on June 13, 2022, our annual RWTHmoodle user survey starts again.

You are using RWTHmoodle and were authorized in at least one course room in the summer semester 2022? Then help us to improve RWTHmoodle and to adapt our support services. We would be happy if you share your experiences with the system and give us feedback. Read the rest of this entry »

International Exchange @ Politecnico di Milano

June 10th, 2022 | by
Our colleague Martin Pieters at the Politecnico di Milano

Martin Pieters at the Politecnico di Milano
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“If someone goes on a journey, he can tell a story” – at least that’s how the poet Matthias Claudius wrote it back then.

Our colleague Martin Pieters can certainly confirm this today. He was recently allowed to take part in a business trip to Milan as part of a further training programme. There, the participants were able to exchange ideas with colleagues from the University Politecnico di Milano.

He wrote down for us exactly what he experienced there.

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Before the Audit is After the Audit

June 8th, 2022 | by
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In many fields, audits are part of everyday work. As soon as management systems are to be implemented, further developed or certified, one is inevitably confronted with this term. We previously reported on our last audit and our associated (re-)certification here at the blog as well. But what are audits exactly, why do they exist and how are they carried out? In our article, we will explain in detail what they are all about. Read the rest of this entry »

The IT Center Picture Puzzle: Computational Science & Engineering (CSE) Department

June 3rd, 2022 | by
Interview with CSE Department

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#MeetMeWednesday: Our series “The IT Center Picture Puzzle” went into the third round and we were again looking for a word on our social media channels that stands for a department of the IT Center.

We were looking for five letters and the word “Lehre” (teaching) – did you guess it? In this blog post, we present not only the solution word, but also the corresponding interview with the Computational Science & Engineering (CSE) department. In this interview, you will learn more about the fields of activity and gain exciting insights into the diverse department of the IT Center.

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