We’re constantly working to keep your personal information out of the hands of cybercriminals. That's why we’ve also enabled BuckeyePass as an extra layer of security for LabArchives, the cloud-based electronic lab notebook software.
We are excited to share that, beginning this fall, The Ohio State University will begin delivering university-configured Amazon Web Services (AWS). AWS provides secure, scalable cost-effective computing, storage and database resources in support of the university’s research, analytic and administrative goals. The OSU-configured AWS service will provide a number of benefits to faculty and staff, most notably:
Moritz College of Law is the newest member of the OCIO managed IT services family. Teams have been working together for months on some tech changes to help enhance the experience for faculty, staff, and ultimately students. Learn more about the work that is under way and the significant cost savings this partnership brings to the college.
In March some people celebrate St. Patrick’s Day or observe Lent, but for many sports fans one event is paramount above all others – March Madness, a.k.a. the NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Tournament. It’s not unheard of for people to take vacation time from work or skip classes to be sure they can see their favorite teams shine during the dramatic wrap up of the NCAA season.
IT Security is increasingly at the forefront in the modern world. Data breaches and IT security topics are in the news all the time. Users need to understand good cyber hygiene to prevent breaches from occurring.
Ohio State considers cybersecurity one of the university’s top priorities. Resources on our new website cybersecurity.osu.edu will teach you how to protect yourself and how to protect Ohio State.
Data visualization. Analytics. Cloud computing.
Chances are you’ve heard one or more of these terms, though you may not see how they relate to your work. If you are like many users, you just want technology to work, and don’t feel the need to overthink how it works – as long as it works.
Beginning Sunday, November 5, multifactor authentication will be added to the Student Information Systems behind Buckeye Link that store personal and financial information. You may already be using multi-factor authentication to log in to other accounts at your bank, email, gaming sites or social media sites.
Beginning November 5, all active students and university employees will be required to use BuckeyePass along with their Ohio State username and password to access Student Information Systems. Carmen is not affected. University employees are already using BuckeyePass to access Employee Self Service; it is not necessary to enroll again.
The following resources can be used to communicate information about BuckeyePass.