The OneUniversity solution can be used when you want, where you want and on any connected device you choose. As well as providing a high level of flexibility, we have ensured that using the system is in full compliance with the recent government Cyber Essentials security scheme.
Here are some questions we have been asked about using OneUniversity securely on a private, personal or mobile device:
Q. Is my login to the OneUniversity portal secure?
A. Yes, the only way to access the system is to log in using your UoD credentials (authenticated single sign on). This is the same as the way you access the Office 365 portal and other University cloud-based solutions.
Q. Do I have to download an app to access OneUniversity on my mobile device?
A.No, OneUniversity is currently accessed through a browser with your secure sign on.
Q. Can I access OneUniversity outside the University network?
A. Yes, you can access OneUniversity securely outside of the University network as Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) will be in place for any mobile device?
Q. How do I securely log out of OneUniversity on my mobile device?
A. To log out of OneUniversity on a mobile device simply close the window on your browser.
Q. Does my phone retain any data from OneUniversity after I have used it?
A. No, your phone will not download any data as all interactions in OneUniversity are cloud based. Please note that in the Travel and Expenses function of OneUniversity, while you can upload your receipt documents to the solution, you are not able to download data to your device.
Q. Can I safely access other University services using my mobile device?
A. Yes, using a browser you can access services such as webmail and the Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) which don’t download data.*
Q. Is security training compulsory before accessing OneUniversity on a mobile device?
A. Yes, Business Transformation is working with IT to ensure that all users who will access OneUniversity will have completed mandatory security training by 1 October 2018. You can find the module at My Dundee under My Organisation.
Q. Has Business Transformation been working with IT to ensure that each user is in compliance with the Cyber Essentials security scheme?
A. Yes, colleagues from BT and UoDIT have been working closely on security to ensure that we’re adhering to the required Scottish government policies.
* Current UoD policy demands that, in order to use your phone for work-related activity such as accessing emails that are stored on your device, you must download the InTune app that allows the University to secure the device: https://www.dundee.ac.uk/it/guide/details/secure-mobile-working.php?. This policy does not extend at the moment to the use of web-based connections to services (OneUniversity, webmail, VLE, OneUniversity) that do not download data but is in review as part of Cyber Essentials.
If you have further questions about using the solution securely please contact us at: email@example.com.