Duo Multi-factor Authentication to End Support for Certain Operating Systems & Browsers

Starting Monday, September 18, 2023, Duo, UC Davis’ multi-factor authentication app, will no longer work on certain operating systems, browsers, and security protocols for mobile devices and desktop computers. Members of the campus community use Duo as an additional layer of protection to access email, online storage, and other technology and university services. 

Sensitive Data and AI - Guidance from UC Davis Tech Leaders

In an email to all UC Davis and UC Davis Health employees and student employees on July 25, 2023, Vice Provost for Information Technology Viji Murali and Chief Information and Digital Health Officer UC Davis Health Ashish Atreja shared the following guidance regarding the use of Artificial Intelligence tools and sensitive UC Davis systems and data. 

Information Security Symposium Tackles the Evolving Technology & Security Landscape

The 11th Information Security Symposium (ISS) was held on June 20-21, 2023, drawing nearly 400 attendees from UC campuses, UCOP, and more than 40 state agencies. While the biennial event was again conducted virtually, there was no shortage of opportunities to connect. Attendees were easily able to live chat with each other via the virtual social wall, browse sponsor booths in video rooms, and network with others through one-on-one messaging. The event was organized by an all-volunteer committee, with members primarily from UC Davis and UC Davis Health.

Storage Limit for UC Davis Google Accounts for New Students and Staff Beginning July 2023 

20 GB storage limit for new students and staff becomes effective July 15, 2023. 

Updated July 24, 2023

Previous versions of this article indicated that current students and staff had until November 15, 2023, to meet a new 20 GB storage requirement. This timeline has been altered to allow for more campus feedback. More information will follow as soon as it is available.  

How to turn on Zoom automated captioning, and why you should

In recognition of Global Accessibility Awareness Day on May 18, it is timely to share tools, like Zoom automated captioning, that enhance the usability of technology for everyone. Zoom’s automated captioning feature creates instant captions during live Zoom meetings which supports accessibility for those who are deaf or have experienced hearing loss but is also helpful for those working with distractions or low-bandwidth connections.

UC Celebrates Global Accessibility Awareness Day on May 18

If you’d like to learn more about digital accessibility, you should attend the UC Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD) webinar on May 18 at 10-11:30 a.m.

Enjoy ten-minute talks from UC staff members who will share some practical skills, talk about the importance of digital accessibility, and answer your questions. Register for the webinar.

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New Temporary Affiliate service launches on April 13

The new Temporary Affiliate (TAF) application launches on April 13, 2023. TAF is the system used to create computing accounts for guest faculty, staff, visiting scholars, volunteers, and others. TAF allows faculty and staff to sponsor creation of temporary affiliate accounts.