Multi-Factor Registration Deadline Approaches
The multi-factor authentication registration process continues for faculty, staff and student employees with the final date to register coming up this Tuesday, March 31. To date, more than 80 percent of users have registered their accounts.
To assist non-registered users with this process, IT Services is providing online remote support sessions between 9 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., Monday, March 30 and Tuesday, March 31. Individuals can call in or chat with a team member at any time.
Participate using the following information:
- Join Teams Multi-Factor Support Session
- Call in from any device: 479-431-0936
- Conference ID: 614 365 597#
Multi-factor authentication prepares our campus for Workday and provides an added layer of security that protects campus data and even helps decrease phishing attempts.
Detailed instructions on how to register are also available on the multi-factor authentication registration page.
Jennifer Brown, communication strategist
University Information Technology Services
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