Over the past several months, OCIO has collaborated with key university stakeholders and Amazon Web Services (AWS) to establish a university-configured AWS service for employees, called Ohio State AWS.The new service enables Ohio State employees to leverage AWS’s impressive portfolio of scalable, on-demand computing, database, storage and application services, but also provides all the benefits of an enterprise service.
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The Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO) is continually working to improve OSU Wireless. We want to provide the best connection in as many places as we can, to better support our students, faculty, staff and guests. Regardless of at which Ohio State campus you are located, we want to keep you connected.
Beginning on Thursday, October 11 when you log into systems protected by BuckeyePass(link is external) powered by Duo, you will now have the option use a “Remember me for 1 day” feature. Using this feature will enable BuckeyePass to trust that specific device and browser combination for one day, so for that specific device and browser combination, you will only need to authenticate through BuckeyePass once per day for any web application using Shibboleth and BuckeyePass.
As announced last month, BuckeyePass will protect eTimesheet and eLeave beginning on Sept. 30. Since we began expanding the number of applications protected by BuckeyePass(link is external), we’ve heard some concerns about difficulties connecting because of poor cell or Wi-Fi signals. With some advance preparation, there are always solutions.
Weak Cell Service/No Cell Service – your options:
Adobe Creative Cloud Service is the latest addition to our library of site-licensed software, which contains public domain or bulk purchase software that OCIO offers to the university community at no cost. Faculty and staff can access this service beginning Friday, October 5!