UD converts to roaming Wi-Fi Internet system for students, staff

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University of Delaware students and employees are encouraged to use eduroam for secure campus Wi-Fi. On Aug. 1, eduroam will be the most secure Wi-Fi network available to the university community, a release stated.

The new UD eduroam also allows students and employees to securely share devices (for example, wireless printers and Apple TVs) over Wi-Fi. This service had not previously been available.

Eduroam is “education roaming” Wi-Fi that brings secure internet access to thousands of institutions in over 70 countries.

Eduroam users do not need guest credentials to log in to Wi-Fi at participating institutions. For example, a UD student studying abroad in Spain could use their UD credentials at an eduroam institution, and a visitor from Spain could use his or her eduroam credentials at UD.

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