This website is a collaborative effort of several Information Technology groups on campus to centralize computer help documentation. One of the goals for this site is to make it easy for you, as a technology user, to get the information you need about technology on campus.
PHISHING ALERT: There are a number of phishing emails circulating to OSU addresses now that classes have started. Remember to never give your account information and/or password in response to an email.
Please, never give anyone your passwords, whether via email, phone, or in person. Even OSU support staff will not ask you for your password. Each year, roughly 40 OSU user accounts are hacked because a person gave someone else their password.
On a related note, do not show login information to anyone and keep any passwords you write down in a safe place. Do not slap a sticky note onto your computer monitor with your password – that is manifestly unsafe.
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The following guides will help you set up and use your mobile device at OSU.
Blackboard? Mobile is an app that allows you to access blackboard through your mobile device.
You can find instructions on how to download and use BB mobile here.
Mobile devices can connect to the OSU_Access and OSU_Secure networks on campus.
For OSU_Access, simple connect to the network with your device, and open up the web browser. You will be directed to the registration page where you can Register Your Device.
For OSU_Secure, you can follow the instructions on the OSU_Secure Connection Page to configure your mobile device.
The EMDUG blog is a great resource for mobile tech news, tips and resources. It is aimed at Extension service faculty and staff, but it has useful information for anyone interested in learning about mobile devices and using your mobile device at school or work. (Full URL: http://blogs.oregonstate.edu/emdug )