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Training Tip: Access Wi-Fi at Other Universities with Eduroam
The University of Chicago offers two secure wireless networks you can join with your CNetID and password: uchicago-secure and More)
Training Tip: Create Guest Wireless Accounts for Visitors
To make online access easy for visitors, the University provides a guest wireless network. All full-time University faculty and staff can create guest network accounts for their visitors through the spons (More)
Training Tip: Connect to Wi-Fi on Campus and Beyond
The University of Chicago offers two secure wireless networks you can join with your CNetID and password: uchicago-secure and More)
Training Tip: Understand File Sharing Options in Google Drive
Google Drive, part of the UChicago G Suite, offers unlimited free, online space for storing or sharing files and easy integration with other G Suite apps. With Google Drive, you have different options to share (More)
Training Tip: Understand File Sharing Options in Box
UChicago Box is a cloud-based storage service that provides unlimited free, online space for storing or sharing files. Although it’s easy to share your Box files with faculty, staff, and students at the Univ (More)
Training Tip: Set Up Two-Factor Authentication on a New Device
Your smartphone is a convenient option to verify your identity for two-factor authentication (2FA). If you upgrade to a new phone but are using the same phone number, you can follow More)
Training Tip: Keep Your Tech Devices Safe in Hot Weather
As summer heat continues, follow these steps to keep your smartphones and laptops safe in high temperatures. Keep your laptop or smartphone out of direct sunlight and hot cars. When possible, take your devices with you instead of leaving them in (More)
Training Tip: Set Up Automatic Replies from Outlook
If you are heading out of the office for the upcoming holiday or a vacation, you might want to use the automatic replies feature in Outlook. With these messages, you can let colleagues and others know that you won’t be checking email and when you wil (More)
Training Tip: Get to Know Phishing, Part 3
The final term in this month’s phishing series is SMiShing. These phishing attacks via SMS (text messages) are scams that attempt to trick users into supplying content or clicking on a link in SMS messages on their mobile devices. Flaws in how caller (More)
Training Tip: Get to Know Phishing, Part 2
Phishing doesn’t have to happen over email - phone calls are just as easy to spoof. This week’s term is vishing. Also known as voice phishing, these are calls from attackers claiming to be government agencies such as the IRS, software vendors like (More)
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