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Windows Hello now available for University computers
July 12, 2024

Windows Hello is an authentication technology that enables Windows users to securely log into their device using facial recognition, fingerprint, or a PIN.

Upcoming file system update to Dropbox team accounts
June 20, 2024

Beginning June 29, 2024, Dropbox is introducing end-to-end encryption and updating the structure of team folders so that they’re better organized and easier to use.

Moving on: important information for graduating students
May 16, 2024

When you graduate, your access to free software, cloud storage space, school email accounts, and tech support will change. Learn how to make sure your important files and messages come with you after you leave Princeton University. 

Microsoft Copilot now available at Princeton University
May 16, 2024

Microsoft Copilot, a generative artificial intelligence (AI) tool that can be used to generate or analyze text and images, is now available for use at Princeton University. 

New version of Zoom offers new look and features
April 25, 2024

Zoom's latest release, branded now as "Zoom Workplace", reflects the app's expanding set of features with a refreshed user interface, including cosmetic and functional changes to the client and meeting screens.

Changes to email authentication policy
April 12, 2024

As part of the university’s ongoing efforts to combat various email scams, a valid email authentication is required in order to send email from a Princeton email address. 

Changes to software license renewal notifications
April 3, 2024

Beginning April 15, 2024, the Princeton Software Center (formerly The OIT Store), will no longer send automated software license expiration emails.