Multi-step verification adds an additional layer of security to Florida State University information by requiring employees to verify their identity with their phone or mobile device before accessing sensitive university data.
Follow these fundamental cybersecurity tips to stay safe online.
A recent update to FSU Dropbox delivers a new look, added functionality and added security, making it easy to share large files.
Updates to the myFSU Mobile app will enable users to access timesheets, course schedules and other day-to-day, personalized data from the app in the near future.
ITS presented three lucky winners with HP tablets for signing a pledge to follow good cybersecurity practices. The tablets, donated by Hewlett Packard, were given away as part of Florida State’s recent cybersecurity awareness campaign.
Florida State University is upgrading to Office 365 starting this fall. The upgrade will give employees access to 50GB mailboxes as well as several new collaboration tools, including OneDrive for Business, Office Online and Office 365 ProPlus.
Florida State takes on the mission to stay safe online this October as part of National Cyber Security Awareness Month. The ongoing awareness campaign educates campus on how to use the Internet safely at school, work and home.
New FSUGuest Wi-Fi network replaces FSUWIN and enables visitors to Florida State University’s main campus to access free, public Wi-Fi. Registering is easy, and access lasts a full day.
Never lose important files again with unlimited, cloud-based desktop backup for university employees. Effortless, automatic backups keep work safe and make it easy to restore lost data.
A new communications tool for university employees makes it easy to communicate and collaborate in real-time via instant messaging, audio calls, video calls, Web conferencing and desktop sharing.