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A public Wi-Fi is a non-secure wireless network University faculty, students, and staff can access in public spaces. This wireless network is not secure, meaning that data is not encrypted between... Learn more about Any public wifi

Computers are connected to The University’s network when they are connected to a network jack. Many computers on the wired network use DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) in order for the... Learn more about Campus Network - Wired

The Virtual Private Network (VPN) allows a University of Chicago community member to securely access The University’s network off campus, from anywhere in the world.

Since some services are... Learn more about cVPN (Cisco AnyConnect)

Secure copy, referred to as SCP, is software used to copy data from one computer to another using encrypted protocols and public key authentication to insure that the data cannot be read by... Learn more about Secure Copy (SFTP, SSL, SCP)

UChicago Wi-Fi is a wireless network University faculty, students, and staff can access in most locations across the campus with proper authentication.

UChicago-Secure and Eduroam are secure wireless University of Chicago networks University faculty, students, and staff can access while on campus. Both of these networks are secure networks,... Learn more about UChicago-Secure/Eduroam Wifi

Computers are connected to the UCMC network when they are connected to a network jack. Many computers on the wired network use DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) in order for the user to... Learn more about UCM network - wired

UCMC wifi is a secure wireless network for UCMC staff. The network is secure, meaning that data is encrypted between the wireless access point and the user’s device.

The Virtual Private Network (VPN) allows a UCMC staff member to securely access UCMC's network off campus, from anywhere in the world.

Since some services are only available to staff... Learn more about UCM VPN