It is now easier for all Fire and Emergency personnel to access work emails and other Microsoft applications via a Fire and Emergency or personal device.
On Wednesday 12th June between 8:30pm and 10:30pm essential hardware within our core Fire and Emergency network will be upgraded. This is to improve the resiliency and performance of the network. All systems and services (including folder and file access, Portal, Internet, SMS, M-Pad, Email, JDE, Learning Station and Homebase) will be unavailable during this time.
The ICT team have enabled a self-service password reset capability for all Fire and Emergency users.
We have been notified of an increase in online scams and attacks in the wake of the tragic events in Christchurch last week. Here's what you need to know.
Between late March and May this year, we will be moving the final group of our Volunteer personnel who are currently using Fire and Emergency email to Office 365 for a better and easier way of accessing emails.
NCC and RCC personnel have completed their training and have started putting EMCOP through its paces.
If you require new software, a new application, or a cloud based service not yet approved for the use, remember to follow the correct process to get it...
Don’t worry, you won’t have to do anything until your current 90-day password expires. At that time, you will be prompted to reset your password once more using the new guidelines.
You’ve spoken and we’ve listened - we have rolled out improvements to logging into portal.
AMS was demonstrated by members of project reference group to delegates of the UFBA conference held in Wellington over the weekend, which included the launch of our new video.