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Mac OS WiFi setup tips
University improves login process for multiple services
Employees urged to set secret questions
Email upgrade: Graduate students under way, employees scheduled for October
Data center improvements: Down time July 18-19
Summer IT improvements to require down time
Graduate student email upgrade starts June 23: What you need to know.
Invisibly visible documents: Can hackers see what you deleted?
Daughter of OIT employee named national finalist in Google competition
Security vulnerability in IE: What to do
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Mac OS WiFi setup tips
Follow these steps to configure your Mac laptop or iMac to work with the Ohio University wireless network. More...
University improves login process for multiple services
Many Finance systems - including BobcatBUY and Concur - now have an easier login process. More...
Employees urged to set secret questions
Starting August 7, employees wishing to access Oracle e-Business or My Personal Information will need to have secret questions associated with their OHIO password. More...
Email upgrade: Graduate students under way, employees scheduled for October
OIT continues to move graduate and medical students to Catmail. Employee upgrades will begin in October. More...
Data center improvements: Down time July 18-19
Electrical improvements to the university's data center will require an outage for most OHIO online services during Friday night, July 18 and early Saturday morning, July 19. More...
Summer IT improvements to require down time
The university’s ongoing project to modernize and improve the reliability of its IT infrastructure will require maintenance outages for core systems like Blackboard, email, PeopleSoft and e-Business throughout the remainder of the summer. More...
Graduate student email upgrade starts June 23: What you need to know.
The university's email upgrade will bring 50 GB quotas and an improved web experience, but it also will bring a few temporary limitations to graduate student calendaring and shared mailboxes. More...
Invisibly visible documents: Can hackers see what you deleted?
You may think that if you can’t physically see sensitive information in a document, no one else can, but a little knowledge and some commonly available software can reveal that data. More...
Daughter of OIT employee named national finalist in Google competition
Emi Olin, daughter of OIT Identity Management Administrator Mikio Olin, was named one of only five national finalists in the Doodle 4 Google competition. More...
Security vulnerability in IE: What to do
Until Microsoft releases a patch for the current active security vulnerability in Internet Explorer, OIT recommends that you only use IE for trusted sites that require it for compatibility. For general Internet, use a different browser. More...