COVID-19: Technology Resources
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, many Virginia Tech students, faculty, and staff are continuing to complete some or all of their work remotely. The following resources from the Division of IT will help you navigate the technology needed to successfully teach, take classes, and work online.
Tips, resources, and technology tools to help you stay connected with workplace operations, colleagues, and courses from a remote location.
Test your home internet connection speed, get tips to improve a slow connection, or find a low-cost community internet option that works for you with this helpful resource.
Need help moving your class online? Our learning technologies specialists and instructional designers have prepared helpful tips on leveraging some simple technologies to keep your class on schedule when you can’t meet in person.
Our on-campus IT support services will be modified for fall 2020. While walk-in options are more limited this semester, we have measures in place to ensure that students and employees can get the help they need when they need it.
Network Infrastructure & Services is increasing outdoor wireless availability in Blacksburg, Roanoke, and the Greater Washington D.C., metro area to aid physical distancing.
For increased security, two important changes are coming to Zoom.
IT Security Office warns of uptick in COVID-19 related phishing and malware, offers online security tips
The Virginia Tech IT Security Office has received an increase in phishing and suspicious websites related to COVID-19. Follow these tips to protect yourself and your data.
NI&S has increased the capacity of the Virginia Tech Remote Access Virtual Private Network (VPN). To conserve network capacity for this service, everyone should use it for VT Traffic only whenever possible.
Learn how to download, install, and configure the Pulse Secure client on your laptop or desktop computer.