Have you ever received a suspicious email from someone claiming they work for the IRS? Or an out-of-place phone call that asks you to respond to the IRS immediately? What about an unexpected text with an attached tax form? You’re not alone!
Author: Randi Honkonen
This month the spotlight shines on Application Architecture Director Glenn Donaldson. Glenn came to Ohio State for college and never left! This father of four enjoys solving problems, helping others and networking while he’s on the job, but prefers to sing and dance after hours. Learn more about Glenn in this month’s Employee Spotlight!
The Ohio State App lets you put campus in your pocket, so you can navigate the university on the go. Students, faculty and staff can find dining locations, check class schedules, review grades, look up email addresses, follow CABS bus routes and so much more.
The 2016 calendar year has been a busy one for the mobile app team—several major updates were pushed to the iOS and Android app stores, and the first week of classes brought more usage than ever before!
The mobile team completed the following major improvements in 2016:
You’ve likely sent a text to your mom that started as innocent—until autocorrect had some fun with your message. But have you ever sent an email to the wrong auto-completed address? Or written an email while angry and then accidentally replied to an entire group of coworkers? Including your boss?
In the September edition of OUCH!, a monthly security newsletter from the cybersecurity experts at SANS Institute, you can learn simple email etiquette, appropriate for all your personal and professional communications.
In September 2015, we asked students where they wanted Wi-Fi around campus. Specifically, we wanted them to SHOW us by tagging TechOhioState on Instagram. Several students, including the contest winner, shared that there just isn’t enough wireless coverage across the Oval.
Thanks to your feedback, the Wireless Team in OCIO identified the Oval as a desired location for additional wireless coverage. The team added two osuwireless access points on lampposts outside of Thompson Library, to provide a Wi-Fi boost to the outside seating area on the west side of the Oval.