This is an Emporia State University computer and information technology resource system for use by authorized users only. Use of this system is subject to all policies and procedures set forth by the University located in section 3H at http://www.emporia.edu/acadaff/pdf/EmployeePolicyManual.pdf. Unauthorized or improper use of these resources may result in penalties according to ESU policy, Kansas Board of Regents policy, state and federal laws. There should be no expectation of privacy in the use of this system. The University may monitor this system for purposes related to security management, system operations, and legal compliance.

Increased
Mobile Device
Support
Top 10 Outlook
Features
Access ESU
Voicemail from
E-Mail or Phone

Did you know that TCS can now support Apple iPhones?  Click for more info on devices that TCS can now support.

From sharing employee calendars to setting up room calendars.  Click to read more about the most popularly requested Outlook features.

Did you know that you can access your ESU voicemail through your email, or even on the web?  Click to learn more.

 

Dashboard
Student
E-Mail System
Goes Google

ESU is partnering with Google to bring Gmail and other Google services to students. Click to read more.

Google
E-Mail and Messaging
Network Connectivity
Password and eNumber
File and Print
Team Viewer Accept
TECHNOLOGY & COMPUTING SERVICES

If the system you are using is “alive” but you continue the have trouble accessing it, or if you having trouble accessing an ESU service or system not listed above, please contact the TCS Helpdesk. TCS Helpdesk contact information can be found on the “TCS Helpdesk Info” tab shown at the top of page.

 

To help better communicate system outages of commonly used services to the ESU campus community, IT has developed the following “dashboard” of system statuses with real time information regarding the health of each service. The two main statuses are:

“Host is Alive”
This means that the system is currently up and running without problems.

“No answer”
This means that the system is currently not responding or is inactive, and our system administrators are working to correct  the problem.