Remote Work: All Other Faculty and Researchers

Updated March 16, 2020 - 9:54p.m.

The following tips, services, and support are available for non-clinical Faculty and Researchers. 

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Remote Work

Frequently Used Services

Box@Yale
Share files using this cloud-based file sharing and storage work space. Note: Only Secure Box@Yale is approved for High Risk data (ePHI).

Equipment Requests
If you do not have the necessary equipment for remote teaching (e.g., laptop), request a loaner device.

About Secure Travel Device Loaners 

Multifactor Authentication (MFA-Duo)
Obtain off-campus access to Yale’s network and other resources, including Yale’s Central Authentication System (CAS). MFA-Duo reccomends using a registered mobile device to securely access Yale resources from home.

MyTime - VPN Required
Yale’s online timekeeping system for staff members.

Access MyTime 

O365 Email 
Send emails and update your calendar using O365 email. 

Virtual Private Network (VPN) 
(Used for off-site managed workstations only)

Securely access Yale’s restricted services and resources on the University network from a non-Yale internet source using VPN. Connect online by visiting access.yale.edu or via downloaded AnyConnect software; start AnyConnect each time you wish to use  restricted Yale resources. Disconnect from VPN when you are no longer using restricted Yale resources. VPN is required to access secure sites off-campus (requiring NetID and password authentication), such as MyTime.

Voicemail
Stay connected via phone while working remotely.

Workday
Yale’s unified system for managing human resources, payroll, and finance operations.

Access Workday 

Zoom Audio and Video Conferencing
Zoom allows you to host scheduled and on-demand audio and video conferences, at all hours of the day (24/7). Connect via a local Yale phone number or via the Zoom application.