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    Active Directory

    Just like a telephone directory (which typically stores names, phone numbers, and addresses) active directory stores information about organizations, users, sites, and any other network objects - and the attributes about those objects -  that an organization might wish to track. 

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    Banner is SPU's Enterprise Resource and Planning (ERP) system.  It has two access points: one is Self-Service Banner and the other is Administrative Banner.

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    ID Cards

    The Falcon Card is the official multi-purpose campus card for all Seattle Pacific University students, faculty, and staff.

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    Management of Accounts and Resources System (MARS) is an internal system for managing accounts, resources, and permissions across many of SPU's core systems.

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    Multi-Factor Authentication

    Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) is a security measure that requires a user to both know something (e.g.: a password) and have something (e.g.: a registered device) in order to login to a system. By authenticating their identity with multiple factors, their account is more secure against being compromised.

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    Single Sign On

    SPU's Single Sign On (SSO) allows a user to access multiple secure systems via a single login on a device instead of needing respond to repeated requests for login credentials. 

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    The Online Whitepages produce a web-based directory for SPU students, faculty, and staff.

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