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As part of the UNCG multi-factor authentication (MFA) implementation project, beginning Tuesday, April 13, 2021, UNCG’s Shibboleth Single Sign-On (SSO) service and Citrix’s MyCloud will authenticate users using Microsoft Azure Active Directory. As a result, the login experience will closely mirror those of other University services, such as Gmail, Zoom, and Canvas, for which the [Read More]

Wave 1 of the Microsoft Teams Voice migration, planned for Tuesday, March 23, 2021 is being delayed to allow time for additional communication, training, and acquisition of required hardware. We will provide an updated timeline as soon as possible. To help you get ready for the migration… The Teams channel will remain open so you [Read More]

Posted on March 18, 2021 In 2020, 81%of online data breaches reported worldwide were due to compromised credentials. When an individual adds a second authentication factor (a second piece of evidence in addition to a password to verify identity), the likelihood of their credentials being compromised drops to 0.1%. To bolster data security of the entire [Read More]

On Wednesday, January 6, 2021, the login process for Canvas will change to the process used for other cloud applications at UNCG, such as Google Workspace (formerly G Suite), Zoom and Microsoft Office 365. In the new login process, users enter their full UNCG email address as their username: Go to canvas.uncg.edu. Enter your UNCG [Read More]

The Jamf service is now available for macOS users at UNCG. This new service provides best-in-class user experience for software delivery, patch management, and device management, as well as cloud-based sign-in via Microsoft. Information Technology Services (ITS) encourages Mac users to enroll their macOS computers in Jamf today. See Enroll my Mac in Jamf for [Read More]