On Monday, May 13, the first phase of a new generation of network security rolls out at WSU. If you have not yet set up your Okta account, you can visit the self-service website, anytime.
Information Technology Services continues to encourage the WSU community to activate their Okta accounts before the final shift to the new cloud authentication solution on May 13.
Faculty and staff throughout the WSU system have a welcoming office hub available when work takes them to the Pacific Northwest’s largest city.
Rebecca Cooney, a clinical assistant professor in the Edward R. Murrow College of Communication, received the award in recognition of her innovative and transformative use of Google Drive to increase learning capacity.
Okta is the university’s new systemwide network authentication product, designed to provide more robust security tools and resources.
WSU Mobile provides fast access to numerous university resources through a single access point. It’s now available through both the Apple App Store and Google Play.
ClearPass, a service providing self‑registration via mobile device or laptop, will be launched Feb. 15 on the Pullman campus, with other campuses to follow.
The Okta system will provide more robust security tools and resources when accessing WSU data and applications.
The unified, systemwide service desk is hosted by Information Technology Services and will launch Monday, Jan. 28.
Classified staff receive 2 percent increase, while faculty, graduate assistants and administrative professional staff got 1 percent under planned raises that took effect Jan. 1. Senior administrators were excluded.