Wrapping up the summer with a last-call vacation? What would you do if your phone decides to make a splash when you are poolside? There’s nothing worse than losing all your data – photos, contacts and lists – because your device is hacked, lost, stolen or destroyed. Back up your assets for a faster recovery.
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These are meeting notes from the OCIO Leadership Meeting on August 7, 2017.
Whether you’re a Newb, a Wizard or even a Ninja, a cybercriminal can take all the fun out of gaming by luring you into downloading software or clicking a link that infects your computer and exposes your personal info. You can still enjoy gaming with players across the globe by following basic security practices like applying strong passwords, keeping your system current and using common sense (don’t click on weird sh*t).
The Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO) will rollout Office 365 for faculty and staff on Tuesday, July 25, 2017. This opportunity will give access to all faculty, staff, and guests at The Ohio State University giving them access to use the suite in the classroom, at work, and at home on their personal devices.
Similar to Office 365 for Students, this service will provide the following to all qualified faculty and staff: