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Each HWS network user has an account login ID and password, or HWS credentials. HWS credentials are used to access the HWS network and resources such as file share, e-mail, online learning management software, IT service requests, and much more.

Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) for HWS services and applications.

A time-of-click URL protection feature that detects malicious URLs in real-time when the user clicks on the URL from an e-mail.

The anti-spam junk e-mail system prevents spam mail from clogging up your HWS e-mail inbox, which reduces your chance of clicking on malicious links or having a virus on your computer, while still allowing you to control what is filtered.

The HWS campus provides two wireless networks for students, staff, faculty, and the community. a public network, for guests and certain devices (gaming consoles, smart TVs, other smart devices), and a private network for those with HWS network accounts (students, faculty, staff). Basic instructions for connecting various devices to the wireless networks are available.

Students may use Engage to chronicle their participation in engagement opportunities and events from around campus and in the community.

HWS provides multiple ways for students, faculty, and staff to store and collaborate on files.

E-mail listserv lists are a mechanism to distribute information amongst a group of users via e-mail. Lists are highly configurable by the requester, who takes on the role of “List Manager”. Unlike some other e-mail distribution options, recipients of the list may be users within the HWS community (i.e. user@hws.edu) or generic Internet users (i.e. user@gmail.com).