Here is a quick guide to getting started with technology at Duke.
DukeCard - Your DukeCard is your identification and access card on campus. Staff will arrange to get their DukeCard with thier supervisor.
NetIDs - Your Duke NetID is your user name for many systems and services on the Duke computing network. Your NetID is automatically assigned upon admittance or hire.
Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) - MFA or two-step verification protects your NetID login and data, all faculty and staff are required to enroll to access the Work@Duke site.
E-mail & Calendaring - You will likely use Office365 for email and calendaring, like most staff, faculty at Duke. However, some departments use other services. You should contact local IT staff for details.
Phone services - OIT manages all phone service needs for the university and health system including your desk phone and integrated communications like chat and teleconferencing.
Software - You have access to a wealth of free and low-cost software. Duke negotiates with vendors to make products like Adobe products, research software, antivirus and more available to Duke affiliates.
Academic Media Services - If you need to capture lectures and events, convert captured media to other formats or distribute media, OIT offers technical consultation and resources.
Web Conferencing and Collaboration - Web-based collaboration is easy at Duke. You can access tools for: self publishing, survey software, online web conferencing and collaboration tools.
Mobile devices - Get the DukeMobile app to help you navigate services. Duke provides wireless access to all Apple and Android mobile devices.
IT security - Keep your personal and work data secure. Duke recommends free anti-virus software for personal computer security. Make sure to review Duke policies regarding file sharing.
Getting help - You can get help almost any time of day through chat, phone, email or in person. The OIT Service Desk provides support for all services that OIT offers.