Northeastern University is retiring the BlueJeans video conferencing service in spring 2020 to focus its support on the remaining web conferencing solutions in the university’s service portfolio. Faculty and staff should plan on transitioning to an alternative web...
Get a step-by-step guide on how to download Microsoft’s applications as a complimentary part of the student experience at Northeastern.
Since last April, two-factor authentication (2FA) enrollment has become required for university community members through several waves of enrollment—and it only took one to see results. These waves are now complete, and the Northeastern community is considerably more...
Microsoft and Northeastern are both ending support for Windows 7. Upgrade to Windows 10 before January 2020.
Simply donating or disposing of your old devices can put you at risk to have your data stolen. But on our annual Data Destruction Day, Procurri Data Security Services comes equipped with the right tools to responsibly destroy hard drives and other forms of data storage.
Social media helps us foster relationships, build connections, and unwind after a long day. But there’s also potential security risks.
Want to understand two-factor authentication at Northeastern? Learn about the university’s new 2FA requirement and how it’s meant to keep you safe online.
Whether cyberattacks creep up in headlines or your personal accounts this October, the only thing darker than some parts of the web is this inescapable truth: hackers are constantly trying to steal data and debilitate entire websites—and rarely is it immediately obvious.
Two-factor authentication (2FA), which was expanded last spring as part of Northeastern’s ongoing efforts to protect personal and institutional data, has already made a difference in keeping members of the university community safe online.
As the university welcomes another new class of students, it’s also taking a closer look at some of the technologies that support student learning.