2017 GW techEXPO

techexpo 2017

The fourth annual GW techEXPO from the Division of Information Technology and technology partners around campus will be held Tuesday, October 31, 2017 from 11:00am to 2:00pm.

Join technology experts in the Mid-Campus Quad for IT demonstrations, important technology information, free food and giveaways.

Learn about technology service and support offerings from across the university including information on IT support, Philo TV, backup and storage options, Office 365, WebEx, lynda.com, colonial printing, classroom technologies and more. 

There will be giveaways throughout the event for all attendees. Don't miss your chance to win a Roku or Apple Watch through our phishing contest! 

Join us on October 31 to meet your IT team and find answers to all of your tech questions!

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TV the Way You Want It

Learn more about Philo TV and HBO GO on campus.

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File Sharing, Storage and Collaboration

Store files and collaborate with GW Box and GW Google Drive.

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Office365 is free for the GW community

Learn how to download Office365, plus other free software at GW.

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Free training with lynda.com

Lynda.com is free for the GW community!

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Learn how to protect your information at GW from our security experts

October is National Cyber Security Awarenes Month! Talk with our security experts to learn how to best secure your information.

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Support for programming, coding and working with data at GW 

Learn more about STEMworks at GW and how it supports programming, coding, and working with data from GW Libraries and Academic Innovation. Tutoring, consultation, and workshop services are available. 

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Join GW Cyber, GW's student-led cyber organization

GW cyber helps educate the student body about the security of the entire systems stacks – from computer hardware, to networks, to software. The organization’s goal is to not only expose students to the vulnerabilities and applications used to exploit information technology, but also to teach students how to better guard themselves against these attacks.