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UNC adds printing upgrades to improve security

With new printing upgrades at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, students and staff will now only see their own print jobs at campus printing stations. The new security features will require university students and staff to sign in using their “onyen” and password at Information Technology Services printing stations.

Onyen, an acronym for the “only name you’ll ever need,” is what UNC calls its campus-wide identifier that is used to gain access to various electronic resources on campus.

The new features will also protect students from others using their accounts to pay for print jobs. For example, if a student fails to log out at a print station, no one else will be able to use his account to pay for documents, since only his own print jobs are viewable.

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