Beginning Monday, September 12, Enterprise Security will be implementing BuckeyePass to protect your personal information in the Employee Self Service (ESS) system within Human Resources. BuckeyePass is a multi-factor authentication service that provides a second layer of protection for university. You may already be using multi-factor authentication to log in to your bank account, email or social media accounts.
Author: Beth Varcho
It’s easy to forget your password if you’ve been away from Ohio State for a few months. Now there’s a new, easier way to reset your password by receiving using the SMS text message service on your phone (SMS is “Short Message Service”).
Rockhurst University in Kansas City was targeted with a phishing scam that resulted in the theft of W-2 information from nearly 1,200 university employees. Ohio State was targeted by a similar scheme, but the administrator involved recognized that the email was a phishing message and promptly reported it to firstname.lastname@example.org
The data warehouse modernization aims to make problems -- like incomplete data sets, conflicting information, unavailable or inaccessible data – at thing of the past. The multi-year effort targets improvements to metrics, mashing up of information and data mining.
In a world where all things are going mobile, increasing access is an obvious win for Ohio State. We have some exciting plans to get there.
This article contains the Workday press release shared by Ohio State Media Relations.
In a major step to enhance operational excellence, The Ohio State University will be moving to a cloud-based financial management system. Ohio State has selected Workday as its new financial management system used to track and report how the university manages its $5.6 billion annual budget.
With cybercriminals targeting higher ed more than ever before, we're planning to up our game this year with multifactor authentication. We reached our first milestone in this project in December, when we signed a three-year contract with Duo.
Central Ohio is adding an area code – 380 – requiring a switch to 10-digit dialing. Callers will need to dial the area code (three digits) followed by the phone number (seven digits) for all local calls. Central Ohio added an area code to increase the number of available phone numbers; with an additional area code identical 7-digit phone numbers with different area codes can be issued in the same geographical area. 10-digit dialing can be used immediately, but it becomes mandatory across central Ohio for all local calls on Jan 30. There is no change to dialing numbers only require 5 digits on campus – if you currently use 5 digits to dial a number on campus, such as 8-4357 (8-HELP), you will continue to use five digits to dial these numbers
A system for routing and recording electronic signatures will be available to the university in FY16! Collecting traditional pen-and-paper signatures can take weeks to complete approval processes because hard-copy documents must still be delivered for physical signatures. Our new electronic signature program, DocuSign will change all that.
OCIO is dedicated to its customers, and we continually make improvements to meet their needs. We have some enhancements planned for our public website that will become effective on Monday, August 10. Change decisions were based on research gathered over the past year as well as Google Analytics data that helped determine what features are used the most. Staff members shared their thoughts during hosted focus groups and senior leaders and customers were interviewed for their perspectives. See the full Team News article for a preview of what to expect.