Do you know how to safeguard your passwords? Identify a phishing email? Or protect your identity from being stolen? Don’t become a victim to online attacks! Digital Self-Defence training launched in June and can provide you with the knowledge and tools to ensure you are well equipped and know how to protect not only yourself but also the entire organization against cyber-attacks.
Employee access to wireless changing soon: eduroam
eduroam (education roaming) provides free and secure worldwide wireless service for the international education and research community. Through eduroam, uOttawa students, faculty and staff can securely access the internet on campus and, added bonus, at participating institutions worldwide.
Information Technology is here to support you with your tech requirements. Whether you need help with your Wi-Fi, printing, IT accounts, or other issues, we’re offering additional IT support to get you started on the right foot.
Highlighting research interests plays a key role in UNIWeb. By tagging research interests, researchers increase opportunities for connections, collaborations and interdisciplinary research. Research is more easily available and searchable when themes are tagged.
Have you tried Outlook on the web yet? The new Outlook on the web (https://mail.uottawa.ca/OWA/), formerly OWA, offers a bunch of new features for your email, calendar and tasks on a simplified interface.