• Wed. 7/1 @ 9am

    Faculty and staff can now download and install Camtasia Studio, a screen recording & video editing software for Windows and Mac. It adds to our repertoire of similar such tools like PersonalCapture, and Ink2Go.

  • Tue. 6/30 @ 2pm

    We're hiring! Here are our current job openings in Computing & Information Services; you can apply at the links below.

  • Tue. 6/23 @ 10am

    We are making a change to the Eduroam wireless network to make it easier for members of the Brown community to connect.

    Eduroam is a free, secure worldwide access service which allows students, researchers and staff from participating institutions to connect to the internet at other participating institutions.

  • Mon. 6/15 @ 9am

    If you have Windows 7 or 8, you may have been prompted to "reserve your upgrade" for Windows 10.

    Windows 10 will be released on July 29th. CIS is currently testing Windows 10 for compatibility with Brown systems and will publicize any compatibility issues on or before July 15th; the announcement will be in Morning Mail and on our website,

    Windows 10 Upgrade Prompt

  • Thu. 6/4 @ 12pm

    As always, we recommend following the links to confirm the time and date in case anything changes. If we missed something, tweet us @ITatBrown or email

  • Mon. 6/1 @ 3pm

    We're excited to announce that Adobe Creative Cloud is now available for students, staff, and Brown-paid faculty to install on personal computers.

    This suite of software includes Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, and Premiere, among others. After the initial Creative Cloud installation, you can choose which apps you'd like to install.

  • Wed. 5/20 @ 2pm

    Coming to Brown this weekend for commencement or reunions? We recently improved wifi in the outdoor areas listed below. If you are a visitor, we welcome you to connect to our Brown-Guest network for internet access.

  • Tue. 5/19 @ 9am

    The spring 2015 issue of Rhode Island NSF EPSCoR's The Current highlights Brown's Center for Computation and Visualization (CCV).

    The article, written by Amy Dunkle, describes how CCV's high performance computing resources enable Rhode Island's NSF EPSCoR researchers to process and store data for their research.

  • Wed. 5/13 @ 4pm

    If you will be graduating or have already graduated, please read the information below carefully to understand the impact of your graduation on various services including your Brown email.

    Prefer to use a non-Brown address?

    If you primarily use a non-Brown email account, please be sure your non-Brown address is listed as your preferred account in your Brown Alumni Online personal profile, or you may miss future updates about your services. To add your non-Brown email address:

  • Wed. 5/13 @ 11am

    On May 20th and 21st, Brown is celebrating the opening of its newest virtual reality environment, the YURT (YURT Ultimate Reality Theatre).

    Registration is required. For more information and a schedule of events, visit