In early November OCIO introduced an automated process that will make it much faster to set up student employee (S) and organizational email accounts.
Email is a popular way to communicate, but it is never a secure way to send Social Security, credit card or BuckID numbers. Enterprise Security’s Data Loss Prevention email service helps secure information entrusted to the university.
Are you #new2osu? If so, you probably have a lot of questions about technology services at The Ohio State University. Lucky for you, the OCIO Knowledge Base has answers!
The most popular articles in our Knowledge Base discuss my.osu.edu. This site allows students (as well as faculty and staff) to manage their OSU digital identities. Here you can update the password associated with your name.# used for accessing systems at Ohio State. Visit the Knowledge Base to learn what you can access with your name.# and how to change the password associated with this account...
The University Webmail Services landing page will have a whole new look beginning on September 3.
Changes include a new layout to resize for mobile screens, as well as branding/logo updates to align with University Communications' new design guidelines. Nothing will change about how the page functions.
The University Email Service is migrating its email spam and malware protection service to a new Microsoft service, Microsoft Exchange Online Protection (EOP). It is replacing Forefront Online Protection for Exchange (FOPE). This is a required migration from Microsoft as FOPE is being retired.
BuckeyeMail will be going through a minor upgrade on December 18, requiring users to take a few steps in preparation. If these steps are not taken, users may have problems logging into BuckeyeMail after the upgrade is complete.
To protect users from malicious email messages, the Office of the CIO is implementing an attachment filter service for messages sent to and from the University Email Service.
At last count, the population using Ohio State's email system was larger than the city of Cincinnati. With more than 300,000 users, our system serves a population roughly half the size of Columbus. We started with a system of over 100 domains, and we’re down to fewer than 50.
Protecting the restricted data entrusted to the university and to The Ohio State University Medical Center is a critical part of the mission of IT@OSU. Last month we improved this protection by adding a new layer of security to email through ZixCorp. Email recipients do not need to do anything differently as a result of this change; however, select users may have begun seeing a footer that references Zix at the bottom of some emails as of March 1.
With more than 16,000 of faculty and staff using the University E-mail Service we can’t really call it “new” anymore. But we haven’t stopped working with the university’s IT advisory groups and listening to your feedback to provide an e-mail service that meets the needs of both current and future users.
With that in mind, on Sunday February 17, standard e-mail storage for faculty and staff using the University E-mail Service will include: