By popular demand, we are offering more online webinars – part of a series that we will be hosting regularly, on a rotating basis. These online classes will have an in-person instructor who will walk you through the applications and answer your questions. In addition to OneDrive and Teams, we have engaged Microsoft to offer Outlook and OneNote training.
Whether you are transitioning out of BuckeyeBox and into OneDrive four weeks from now or four months from now – you can learn to use Microsoft applicaions and set up new projects and class materials in OneDrive or another program TODAY.
Training Open to All Buckeyes
After stuffing your belly with turkey over the holidays, fill your mind with Teams and OneDrive knowledge before winter break. We have three useful seminars lined up in December.
File Management in OneDrive for Business (60 minutes)
This session is for users already familiar with the MS OneDrive interface, logging on process and are interested in learning more about file and folder management in OneDrive for Business. Due to time constraints, we will only take only questions pertaining to files and their use in OneDrive.
We know that the retirement of BuckeyeBox (and “U” Drive for MITS clients) in spring/summer of 2021 is going to require significant effort. That's why we're planning to provide significant support.
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.
Join us for a panel discussion on Jan. 28
How private is your electronic data? Privacy is in the headlines – from data misuse claims levied at Facebook, Netflix and Spotify to the release of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in mid-2018. Data Privacy Day, recognized annually on Jan. 28, is a great opportunity to discuss the natural and ongoing tension between personal privacy and the forces that threaten it.
Enterprise Security hosts Cybersecurity Days each fall to provide meaningful training and resources to the university community. This year they have expanded the event to offer something for everyone. One specific area of focus is the security needs of researchers. Ohio State recognizes the challenges researchers have protecting the integrity and confidentiality of research data.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) is coming to Ohio State! Join us for an immersion day to meet members of Amazon's team and take a deep dive into learning about AWS, including how it can help you and how to use it securely.
This day will be an engaging, tech-driven event focused on helping you accelerate and secure your journey on AWS. The presentation includes an overview of AWS core services and techniques to secure them. Topics will include security, authentication, elastic cloud computing, best practices for using AWS, networking, use cases, architecture and technical labs.
If you are interested in a future career in the world of information technology, or if you just would like to know how to best protect your online identity and data, Cybersecurity Days Community Forum is a great opportunity to pick up the latest info.
Cybercrime is a crime of opportunity, and your data is a lucrative business. That’s why everyone needs to pay more attention to his or her digital life. Interested in learning more about how you can protect yourself?
In the past, you could simply avoid taking part in the digital world and lead a private, offline life. That's no longer the case. In fact, because so many of the companies you do business with collect personal information, you could assume your information is already in the hands of cybercriminals. We can’t avoid leaving digital footprints.
Cybercrime is a crime of opportunity, and your data is a lucrative business. That’s why everyone should pay more attention to his or her digital life. Interested in learning more about how you can protect yourself?