Working Remotely - Using a Personal Device
This article provides guidance on how to connect to the various UBCO systems from home using your personal device.
In order to connect to UBC Systems, your device must meet these requirements:
Further information on UBC's information security standards for working remotely can be found here: https://cio.ubc.ca/sites/cio.ubc.ca/files/documents/standards/Std%2006%20Working%20Remotely.pdf (please ensure you read and familiarize yourself with this information).
You can use webmail to access your email, which is now feature-rich. https://www.mail.ubc.ca
Guides on how to use webmail can be found here: https://it.ubc.ca/sites/it.ubc.ca/files/owausageguide9583.pdf
File Shares (H,K,P Drives):
Access to UBC Systems:
Here is a list of applications and UBC services that require, and do not require, connection to myVPN.
Setup guides for MyVPN can be found here: https://it.ubc.ca/services/email-voice-internet/myvpn/setup-documents
Launch "Cisco Anyconnect"
To connect to MyVPN with Enhanced CWL (departmental/research VPN pools), follow these instructions: How do I connect to VPN with Enhanced CWL
Phone/Voicemail Access from Home:
The Okanagan campus telephone system has limited capacity for remote work options. We strongly suggest identifying and using other means if possible – such as email, canvas messaging, etc. If your position absolutely relies on your phone being available, there are a few options:
More information about the common dialing instructions and accessing your voicemail off campus:
Microsoft Home Use Program:
Microsoft offers a home use program where you can purchase your own copy of Microsoft Office to use on personal devices.
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