Beginning the evening of Aug. 4, Multi‑Factor Authentication will be required for more than 90 departmental and university-wide applications including Blackboard, Zoom, Outlook, Office 365 applications and more.
ITS will be performing maintenance on the Pullman border firewall, resulting in an outage of internet connection to and from the Pullman campus during the scheduled maintenance.
Multi‑Factor Authentication for more WSU applications, including Office 365, Blackboard, Adobe and Cougar Card, is scheduled for implementation the evening of Aug. 4.
Faculty and staff are encouraged to join an online celebration at 3:30 p.m. today, June 11, to welcome all incoming Fall 2020 new students systemwide.
Through all the changes from COVID‑19, Information Technology Services has helped ensure network connectivity and security for the WSU community.
Delayed from its original March 16 implementation, multi-factor authentication for more WSU applications, including Office 365, Blackboard, Adobe, Cougar Card, and others, is now rescheduled for the evening of Aug. 4.
The number of phishing scams and other fraudulent offers claiming to be part of the COVID-19 public health emergency response appear to be escalating and authorities want help cracking down on it.
The online space can help faculty explore new opportunities for teaching, but there are considerations to be made to assure an equitable learning experience for all students.
To prevent intrusions of Zoom meetings, also known as “Zoombombings,” WSU experts have put together a guide for securing virtual meetings.
In response to the high volume of WSU students, faculty and staff who work with healthcare and other sensitive information, Information Technology Services now offers a better teleconferencing experience.