iOS

Mobile apps to use at IU

The best way (as a rule) to interact with an online service on your smartphone or tablet is to use an app designed specifically for that service. University Information Technology Services (UITS) has some app recommendations to help you get the best experience when accessing IU systems. Here’s the rundown. As of February 2, 2017,… Read more »

Android vs. Apple: Which one is for you?

With devices in the technology market ever-changing, it’s hard to stay up-to-date on what the pros and cons of each phone are. Hopefully, these next few paragraphs will enlighten you on which system is for you. Let’s start with Android and its advantages over competitors. Android advantages: Great for multitasking; it can run many apps… Read more »

20 Apps for Teachers and Students

Tablets are everywhere! And mobile technology is becoming a bigger and bigger thing. Most places on campus are already wired and ready to go, so students can begin using their tables alongside computers. I’ve scoured the internet for some of the top iPad applications that are great for teachers and students! Here are 20 amazing… Read more »

it2go – Episode 63 – New On The Blog

On this week’s episode, we’re discussing what’s new on the blog. it2go – The IT Training Podcast Follow us on Twitter Like Us on Facebook Add us on iTunes

Windows 7: How to Invert Your Mouse’s Scroll Wheel

In the last year or so, I’ve become increasingly dependent on my tablet for day-to-day computing. I’m finding that I rarely need a full desktop computer, but when I’m in the office, that’s what’s most convenient. Everywhere else, however, I have my tablet in my bag and can pull it out for anything from taking… Read more »

Protect Your iOS Devices Without a Passcode

If you have an iPad, iPhone, or iPod Touch, you’ve probably played around with your passcode lock. If you’re not familiar with the passcode, it’s a way for you to have to “log in” to the device using a four digit PIN or a passphrase. While there is a way to set the device to… Read more »

Dreamweaver – 5 and a half glasses full

The CS5.5 version of Dreamweaver has significant additions and enhancements.  It will be well worth updating to the new version if you are doing any of the following: creating web pages to be viewed on multiple devices creating mobile applications for Android and/or iOS working with HTML 5 and CSS3 Scott Fegette, the Senior Product Manager for Dreamweaver,… Read more »

Updated iOS app for lynda.com

Based on the most recent statistics, the lynda.com training offerings appear to be rather popular with the IU community. And they have made another change recently that is likely to only make it easier for those who use an iOS-based device (iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad) to get to their fine work… The lynda.com app… Read more »