The MUNI App Speeds up the Help of Volunteers
The recently launched mobile application "MUNI helps" was created for the volunteer center of the same name at Masaryk University for better communication with volunteers. It is accessible to them via the MUNI Single Sign-On, where we also support login via Google, Facebook, and Apple ID.
The "MUNI helps" application for smartphones now allows volunteers to view the services currently in demand and, for example, provides the volunteer center with the opportunity to address those interested in helping with specific inquiries. You can read a complete overview of the application's benefits, which already has over 1000 downloads, in an article in M magazine (Czech only).
Easy and Secure Login
"MUNI helps" is thus one of the more than 180 services users can access via the MUNI Single Sign-On. Thanks to it, students and university staff have secured access to several proven web services or important information sources. They would otherwise have to register and log in individually.
Another advantage of MUNI Single Sign-On is that access to the service is based not only on knowledge of the username. It also uses other additional information, such as affiliation to the faculty or workplace. After each login, current information (name, e-mail, etc.) is sent to the web service. Thanks to all these benefits, Single Sign-On to MUNI is used by thousands of users every day.
MUNI Single Sign-On in Numbers
10 thousand people
logged in daily
30 thousand logins
146 connected services
and another 35 test services
We are Implementing Perun - Identity Management System for MUNI
On Sunday, November 1, we planned changes related to identity and access management. We are leaving the current complex and technically obsolete solution and replacing it with the Perun system. We also introduce a new IT service explicitly designed to manage groups and accesses in connection with it.
Warning: Ongoing spear-phishing campaign
The Cybersecurity team of Masaryk University is issuing a warning against a wave of spear-phishing e-mails.
Open Science on MUNI has a New Website
Open Science on MUNI has a New WebsiteIn October, we launched a new Open Science on MUNI website for public testing, where you will find practical information, training, and news from the world of Open Science not only at the university but also in Europe and the world.
UCC is closed, other university computer rooms not yet. The university traffic-light system has turned yellow
Due to the current epidemiological situation Masaryk University decided that the university traffic-light system would turn yellow starting Monday, 21 September. The higher level of risk means that the university is closed to the public. Among other things, for example, the University Computer Centre is inaccessible.