Constant communication is key for those who work continuously to keep Ohio State facilities safe and fully operational. Microsoft Teams, one of Ohio State’s newest Office 365 tools, takes digital communication among faculty, staff and students beyond the basic chatroom. Teams integrates with other Office 365 programs, creating an all-in-one digital workspace catered to seamless collaboration. Teams works around the clock to support university communication anytime, anywhere.
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The September 26 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 to read the full September issue.
Highlights of this issue: (1) Forthcoming improvements in grants management and administration; (2) October 8 Fall Forum reminder; and (3) Q&A (and retirement congrats) with Dave Kieffer.
The Enterprise Project Digest is distributed monthly, and those who are interested in additional information are encouraged to subscribe.
Beginning on October 13, everyone who uses eTimesheet to record time, including student employees, should record start time and end time, as well as time-out to lunch and time back in, if a lunch break is taken.
Requiring users to record a lunch break ensures payroll accuracy. Be sure to pay close attention to “AM/PM” selections. Incorrect “AM/PM” selections could result in over or underpayment of hours worked and overtime
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.
Several years ago, Ohio State formed contracted with Box.com for a cloud storage and collaboration solution. Once we added some security and set up unlimited storage, we launched the BuckeyeBox for all Ohio State users
Unlimited Storage: What You Need to Know