We are continuing our Office 365 journey, which ensures everyone at Ohio State can collaborate on a wide variety of devices, while keeping your information and Ohio State data secure. On Tuesday, Nov. 17, we will enable some new security settings on Microsoft mobile applications. These settings will affect employees only and student employees with “firstname.lastname@example.org” email accounts; all other student accounts will be unaffected.
Category: General Announcements
Chief Information Security Officer Helen Patton was recently asked to join the Educause Policy Advisory Committee, giving Ohio State a more active voice in advising Educause’s policy activities. Her initial term will be a two year commitment.
EDUCAUSE is a nonprofit association that helps higher education elevate the impact of IT. The committee includes senior leaders who can inject a broad, strategic perspective into policy and government relations activities as well as member representatives for whom policy issues are more central to their institutional role.
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 December 19 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(link is external) to read the full December issue.
Highlights of this issue: (1) 2019 Year in Review; (2) An update on the rollout of Compasst; and (3) the announcement that Dr. Paz has joined the Executive Sponsors Group.
The Enterprise Project Digest is distributed monthly, and those who are interested in additional information are encouraged to subscribe.
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: