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Tech Community News
You may have noticed that BuckeyePass, powered by Duo, is being added to more and more Ohio State systems beyond Buckeye Link and BuckeyeBox. Starting September 30, it will be protecting eTimesheet and eLeave, and beginning October 11, that same protection will be added to Carmen and Vita. (The full list of systems behind BuckeyePass can be found at the BuckeyePass site.)
Ohio State is expanding its use of multi-factor authentication in order to increase the level of protection that prevents unauthorized individuals from accessing your information. Adding BuckeyePass to the login process for the Carmen learning management system not only reduces the risk of credential theft—it also helps address academic misconduct.
The latest edition of the Enterprise Project Digest was shared with the Ohio State community to provide updates about the project’s work. Check out the EP Digest archive to read the full June issue. Highlights of this issue: (1) Additional project scope items that will enhance business capabilities and user experience through technology and process improvements have been approved by Executive Sponsors. (2) Group spotlight on the project’s Organizational Change Management Team and (3) Change Coordinator Kelly Scheiderer, an administrator for the Ross Heart Hospital and University Hospitals, recently received with the Distinguished Staff Award.
Over the last several years, the Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO) has been working closely with the Translational Data Analytics Institute (TDAI) to find the right technology for Pomerene Hall, a location that will support faculty, staff, and students from across campus in one collaborative space.