Microsoft designed Office 365 to integrate many tools within one platform. On Tuesday, June 23, we are introducing additional applications that users can take advantage of as needed.
Author: Beth Varcho
OCIO is starting an upgrade to our fax service from telephone lines to digital system and decommissioning legacy telephone systems. We will contact those responsible for the current fax lines, to determine the best way to start the fax migration.
We’re all doing our part to stop the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19). There are more and more sensible reasons to work from home – from the lengthened suspension of Ohio State’s face-to-face classes to the Governor’s order to keep K-12 children out of school for a few weeks.
We've collected resources to help you Keep Working during this time. Our site designed to answer all of your technology questions, including:
The Ohio State University's Columbus campus cable TV customers now have access to commercial-free holiday music. The special holiday programming features festive favorites recorded by artists from all genres. It will be available through December 25. New this year fireplace , the music is accompanied by a video of the fireplace in the Ohio Union. This will be on the following channels:
Amazon Web Services (AWS) is expanding support for existing Ohio State AWS users(link is external) and for Ohio State employees interested in learning more about AWS. Starting Wednesday, Dec. 4, the AWS Support Team assigned to Ohio State will host weekly “AWS Remote Office Hours” every Wednesday from 3 to 5 p.m.
Some of our users have recently reported seeing a widely-used Username and Password scam that cybercriminals are using to extort money from recipients. Our email security software has been stopping these messages and sending a follow up notification that a malicious email has been contained. But cybercriminals change tactics regularly, so we wanted you to be aware in case a message gets through our defenses.
A common email security tip warns recipients against replying to emails from senders that they don’t recognize. For that reason, we want to make you aware that we are changing our IT Service Desk email.
Beginning on October 13, everyone who uses eTimesheet to record time, including student employees, should record start time and end time, as well as time-out to lunch and time back in, if a lunch break is taken.
Requiring users to record a lunch break ensures payroll accuracy. Be sure to pay close attention to “AM/PM” selections. Incorrect “AM/PM” selections could result in over or underpayment of hours worked and overtime
Next month, Chief Information Security Officer Helen Patton will be part of a professional panel of women in technology at the Illuminate 2019! Event on Wednesday, Oct. 9 from 5-9 p.m. The free event is open to any adult or teen interested in networking within the Columbus technology community, but registration is required.