Multi-Factor Registration Support Continues
The multi-factor authentication registration process is underway for all faculty, staff and student employees. As of Monday, March 23, more than 70 percent of users have registered their accounts.
To assist the remaining users with registration, IT Services will continue to provide online remote support sessions between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday, March 24-26. Individuals can call in or chat with a team member at any time.
Participate using Teams with the following information:
- Join Teams Multi-Factor Support Session
- Call in from any device: 479-431-0936
- Conference ID: 614 365 597#
Completing multi-factor registration helps protect our campus data and applications in a time of increased remote connectivity. Additionally, this added layer of protection will help decrease the amount of spam and phishing messages staff and faculty receive.
Online instructions and more information are available on the multi-factor authentication registration page.
Jennifer Brown, communication strategist
University Information Technology Services
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