Enterprise Security in conjunction with the University Email team will be making a change to Office 365 that will add a banner to the top of the email composition window to let the composer know that a recipient is outside the university (based on email domain).
The April 25 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 April issue.
Highlights of this issue: (1) technical tasks and change management activities underway; (2) customer confirmation sessions; and (3) day in the life of Patrick Collins.
The Enterprise Project Digest is distributed monthly, and those who are interested in additional information are encouraged to subscribe.
NameCoach simplifies the process of gathering recordings and phonetic spellings for both students and graduation staff. This tool can also be used in your classes by enabling the feature in your CarmenCanvas course navigation.
As students prepare for their next steps after graduation and their relationship with the university evolves, their access to technology services also changes. Graduating from the university changes permissions of their Ohio State user name (name.#) and password. Many services are only...
OCIO is continuing its efforts with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to link accounts obtained by faculty and staff through aws.amazon.com to the Ohio State AWS enterprise program. In most cases, users created these accounts before the Ohio State AWS service was launched.
What’s even harder for students than getting their homework done? Finding a job. Lately, an online trend has been brewing and unfortunately has affected Ohio State students. According to Fisher College’s Office of Career Management, employers are offering students jobs online and scamming them...
Amazon Web Services (AWS) is a portfolio of more than 120 different services.
Enterprise Security Risk Assessment Team will continue to assess risk of AWS services based on usage and billing. As the team completes risk assessments for AWS services, the results of their assessments will...
Ethan Zuckerman is Director of the Center for Civic Media, Associate Professor of the Practice, MIT Media Lab, and cofounder of the citizen media community, Global Voices. Ethan’s presentation at InnovateX will focus on students’ desire for social justice, coupled with their mistrust of political institutions. He will share how innovators around the world are harnessing that mistrust and channeling it into a force for change.