Technology Resources for Working Remotely

Last Updated: 03/13/2020

When you need to work from home or work remotely, the list below will help you stay connected to your peers and be productive away from campus.

General Guidance for Working Remotely

Identify the computer that you will use to work remotely.
Bring equipment, tools, files, and even plants to your remote office.
Review tips for working productively, remotely.
Verify that you can connect to campus resources from home, including the VPN, and that your internet connection is reliable.
Forward your phone calls or change your voicemail greeting to reflect your change in location.
Plan with others in your department about how you will meet and collaborate, as well as setting expectations for working remotely.
Know how to contact IT support when you have trouble.
 Stay informed with what is happening on campus.

Tips for working remotely

Connect to campus resources

Connecting to CU Boulder's VPN

Collaborate, message, and meet with peers

To provide a cohesive unified experience to our campus community, it is highly recommend that you utilize the campus’ supported tools. CU Boulder needs a familiar and streamlined approach during this stressful time and a proliferation of a variety of tools, without sufficient support, will further disrupt the task at hand.

Chat or Meet in Microsoft Teams

Collaborate using Office 365 tools

Utilize G Suite for collaboration

Phone settings and Voicemail access

Forward Your Campus Phone

Access Your Voicemail

Get IT Support

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