Check your Shared Drive. If you see “PENDING DELETE,” review the content to see if you need to download it and save it elsewhere.
UW-IT’s Service Status webpage quickly lets you know if there are any eOutages or network problems affecting any or all three campuses — and lets you report any incidents.
If your unit or department is currently using UW Google with shared UW NetIDs, you will lose access to your data starting Aug. 29. Act now to migrate your work, including any content in YouTube channels and third-party apps and services connected to a Shared UW NetID.
Need to access files on the UW network from home? Use a UW secure virtual private network (VPN), like the free Husky OnNet for current students, faculty and staff. Off-campus access to UW resources on the UW network through remote desktop or a file-sharing application require a VPN.
Do you Yammer? Make sure to download any content and files from Yammer communities you wish to preserve before Aug. 29, when everything will be deleted to make way for Viva Engage, which promises an enhanced user experience.
The BI Portal report catalog now allows users to access legacy and new finance reports in one place.
The retiree guide in IT Connect explains what happens to UW tools, services and other technology when a person retires, and how to store information before it gets deleted.
Learn how to recognize fraudulent emails, text and calls that flourish during the summer and attempt to get you to send or receive money advances with promises of easy jobs, tuition discounts or other rewards. These approaches by cybercriminals are not new, but they are growing increasingly sophisticated. So, learn what you can do to protect yourself.
Thanks to new funding from the Student Technology Fee, students, faculty and staff can now access up to 16,000 Linkedin Learning courses, from cloud architecture to data visualization and graphic design.
Add your mobile number and email address so if you forget your password or get locked out, you can regain access to your UW NetID.