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Getting started with personal webspace
ACCESSING PERSONAL WEBSPACE OFF-CAMPUS
To promote information security, you'll need to connect to SFU's secure networks to access personal webspace remotely.
You can access personal webspace on computers in SFU computer labs. They are accessible remotely, however, it requires MFA.
GRADUATE STUDENTS, FACULTY AND STAFF
You can access personal webspace by using SFU VPN. This also requires using MFA.
To upload/manage files in your personal web space you will first need a way to connect to our web server. This can be done using a file transfer application, or a professional web publishing application.
Your application will also need to be capable of making secure connections via SFTP (Secure File Transfer Protocol) or SCP (Secure File Copy) / SSH (Secure Shell).
If you do not have a professional web publishing application then we reccomend using the free file transfer apps listed below: