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IT Service now offers OneDrive for Business instructor-led training via the staff development workshops page. We also have OneDrive for Business video courses available via LinkedIn Learning.
Once you've registered for Multi-Factor Authentication you can reset your password 24/7 without having to contact the IT Service Desk.
The first time you login to your University of Worcester student account, you will be prompted to register for Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA).
The regulations detailed in this document apply to anyone using IT Resources for any purpose at the University, including staff (temporary and permanent), students and visitors. This includes personally owned equipment connected to the University’s network from an external location, or on UW premises.
IT Regulations v2.7
The purpose of this policy is to provide guidance for the procurement, management and disposal of all IT hardware for the University of Worcester. The policy covers IT hardware purchases relating to the annual planning cycle, ad hoc purchases or upgrades of computer desktops, laptops, iMacs and MacBooks, and peripherals and tablets.
IT Hardware Policy v1.2
This Policy sets out the responsibilities of the University, its staff and its students to comply fully with the process to request and use of local administrator accounts.Local administrator accounts provide elevated privileges on University computing devices. This allows users to gain significantly greater access to systems, applications and data.The purpose of this policy is to:
This policy applies to all University of Worcester Staff, Students, Contractors and Guests.
Local Administration Account Policy v2
The University recognises that to ensure the most effective running of services, communications and business activities, it is necessary for some staff to have access to mobile communication devices.
The purpose of this guidance is to:
Staff Mobile phone policy v2.1
This Policy sets out the responsibilities of the University, its staff and its students to comply fully with relating to the administration and use of Microsoft Teams at the University of Worcester.
This policy applies to all University of Worcester Staff, Students, and Guests.
Microsoft Teams Policy v2
This Policy sets out the responsibilities of the University, its staff and its students to comply fully with relating to the administration and use of the OneDrive for Business at the University of Worcester.
OneDrive for Business Policy v2
The main objective of this document is to set guidelines related to the use and administration ofthe SharePoint at the University of Worcester.
SharePoint Policy v6
The purpose of this policy is to ensure that the University can manage its software assets effectively, securely and in accordance with legal regulations, licensing rules, and auditing requirements.
This policy applies to any software whether obtained under ‘shareware’ or ‘freeware’ arrangements or acquired under suppliers’ educational support agreements that is installed as part of the staff or student software image. This policy does not cover software hosted via a third party (Software as a Service - SaaS) or corporate systems such as Finance, HR, Accommodation and Student Records and the environments on which they run.
Software Policy v1.1