In addition to the options for using Microsoft 365 applications, the university's virtual private network (VPN), or a remote desktop and applications, there are many collaborative productivity tools to allow you to work with colleagues, teachers and fellow students. (Remote work technical resources one-page document is also available for an overview of choices.)
These tools allow you to have virtual meetings, online chats, soft phones, and connect remotely to your files and CU Denver | Anschutz Medical Campus resources. Take a look at some of these options and please contact the OIT Service Desk if you need additional assistance getting started:
Meet and collaborate virtually using Zoom by logging in with your university credentials. All faculty, staff and students are licensed for meetings up to 300 participants.
The university's Zoom encryption is configured for Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) compliance; however, be sure to use caution with sensitive information.
Uninvited participants harassing students, faculty and staff during classes and meetings has been on the rise recently. It is very important to follow Zoom’s security best practices. One of the most basic rules is to never share Zoom meeting links on social media, the internet, or any public place. More information about Zoombombing is available from the School of Education and Human Development's Learning Design and Technology webpage.
Duo is a multi-factor authentication (MFA) tool required when connecting to campus resources. Using Duo means that an identity thief cannot use a stolen password to access our systems or your personal information without a second proof of your identity. MFA has become one of the best ways to ensure the only person logging into your account is YOU!
Registration and installation of Duo will need to be completed prior to accessing the university network, Microsoft apps, and the employee and student portals. The Duo app will turn your mobile phone, iPad, tablet or landline into a multi-factor authenticator. OIT highly recommends that you install Duo on your mobile phone to authenticate easily and securely with Duo Push.
Step #1: Install the Duo app on your preferred device.
When you are away from the office, there are a couple options for accessing your calls and voicemail:
The following resources are available from colleges, schools and departments to help you navigate remote work:
Cyber Security and COVID-19
HIPAA and COVID-19
Quick links to additional campus resources:
For the most up-to-date information and resources regarding COVID-19 and our campuses, visit:
The OIT Service Desk is your main point of contact for technology related questions. If you need help with specific school, college or departmental resources, contact your local IT support person.