Beginning on Wednesday, July 24, you will access the applications available through your @usc.edu O365 account via the same USC single sign-on (SSO) process that you currently use to access services such as Blackboard, Workday, MyUSC, and others.
Like many people, you’re probably more relaxed about tapping links on your phone than you should be. Hackers and criminals know that you’re more likely to fall for a phish on a mobile device.
USC faculty, students, and staff may sign up to receive text notifications of major service issues on their mobile devices. Please note that you will need to log in with your @usc.edu email address and password to access the sign-up form.
Beginning on July 23, 2018, everyone—on campus and off—will need to log in with their valid USC NetID usernames and passwords in order to use the USC Libraries’ electronic research resources. This includes all digital journals and databases to which the libraries subscribe and provide access for the USC community. Previously, users working in USC […]
Want the latest info on phishing campaigns, social networking scams, malware threats, and other online risks? Stay up-to-date with the ITS Security Blog.
USC Digital is a multi-year project designed to promote the digital transformation of USC by providing faculty, students, and staff with world-class mobile access, online services, and software tools. You can learn more about the goals, accomplishments, and plans for each of the USC Digital initiatives on the Office of the CIO website.
ITS is working to strengthen cell coverage and ensure pervasive wireless throughout the new USC Village.
On Friday, July 28, ITS performed maintenance on the USC Secure Wireless and eduroam wireless networks. As a result of this maintenance, you may see a screen asking you to accept a new security certificate.
As of on June 29, 2017, Duo two-factor authentication is required for all Workday logins, including those by student workers and teaching assistants.
On Saturday, July 8, the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) changed the way phone numbers in the 213 and 323 area codes work.