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  2. NYSeMail is the state's centralized email and calendaring system, based on Microsoft Exchange and Outlook. NYSeMail makes it easier for agencies to find email addresses using their Global Address List and schedule meetings with other agencies. NYSeMail lets you maintain control of your email services by giving agency-designated mail administrators the ability to add users, change user information, administer public folders, create public distribution lists, and create and administer agency ...

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    This system, its applications and data belong to the State of New York. Access and use is limited to authorized users for authorized purposes. Actual or attempted unauthorized use is not permitted and may be a crime subjecting you to disciplinary, criminal, civil, and/or administrative action.

  4. Remote Access | Help | OCFS

    mail.nysemail.nyenet/owa. When accessing email through the Internet, you will need to log in. For OCFS staff: Your username is your OCFS email address (e.g., Your password is your HSEN password. For ITS staff: Your username is your ITS email address. Your password is your NYS password. [top]

  5. New York State Employee Discrimination Complaint Form Equal Employment Opportunity in New York State – Rights and Responsibilities – A Handbook for Employees of New York State Agencies About

  6. Albany, NY 12220. Office 365 is a collection of apps and cloud services that you can use to be productive across a variety of devices from just about anywhere. Office 365 (O365) is a cloud-based version of the Microsoft Office suite. For New York State employees, Office 365 includes online versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and SharePoint.

  7. New York Employers Must Notify Employees of Monitoring or ...

    New York Employers Must Notify Employees of Monitoring or Interception of Email, Telephone, and Internet Communications. By Lisa E. Dayan and Roy P. Salins. 11.12.21. Newly enacted legislation, to be codified at § 52-c of the New York Civil Rights Law, requires all private employers to give written notice to their employees, at the time of hire, if the employer monitors or intercepts its employees' telephone, email, or internet access or usage.

  8. StateJobsNY - State Employees: Home

    January 8, 2022. This page is designed for current New York State employees who are seeking a transfer or promotional opportunity. From here, you can review all current openings ( vacancies ), both competitive and non-competitive, or identify vacancies of interest to you ( search vacancies ). We have included links to agencies that post ...

  9. New York Will Soon Require Employers to Notify Employees in ...

    The new legislation requires all private employers, regardless of size, with a place of business in New York State that engage in electronic monitoring of employee phone, email, and internet access or usage to “give prior written notice upon hiring to all employees who are subject to electronic monitoring.”