What to know about Social Engineering
Social Engineering is the act of manipulating individuals through actual human interaction in order to acquire information about an individual or organization.
The Hampton University Computer Center is the primary Data Center for the institution. Its functions are the management of campus enterprise systems, applications and services for daily operations.
Anti-Malware and Intrusion Prevention
Promotion of responsible IT security practices at Hampton University is always ongoing and as such we utilize various tools for anti-virus (AV), anti-spyware (AS) and email security.
HU owned computers: We use and support Symantec Endpoint Protection. HU faculty and staff can contact the Computer Center for more information.
Personal computers: HU does not endorse nor take responsibility for users installing the variety of free (and paid) products available. It is, however, still important that everyone use some sort of malware protection.
Email Security and Protection
Email security techniques are promoted for keeping sensitive information in email communication and accounts secure against unauthorized access, loss, or compromise.
(Ellucian) Banner is our enterprise resource planning (ERP) system. It provides management of the flow of information between all business functions and departments within our institution, as well as maintaining student, alumni, financial and personnel data.
Access & Training Request
For access and Banner training requests please complete the Banner Training Request form.
Email services for all faculty, staff and students is managed by the Computer Center.
Faculty & Staff
Outlook Mail Client
Domain joined computers that are provisioned with Microsoft Office will provide Faculty and Staff access to email via the Outlook mail client application. Access is automatically granted upon successful authentication to the domain joined computer.
Outlook Web App
Username: Enter your INFOTECH username
Password: Enter your INFOTECH password
Email Support for Faculty/Staff
Hampton University’s electronic document management solution for University Grants Management.
Functional Support: 757.727.5326 / 757.727.5363
Technical Support: 757.728.6544