If you need to access your files and applications while working off campus, there are several options available through PHHP or UF as a whole.
Here is a guide on setting up the UF VPN. This is the preferred VPN, and should be the most reliable connection.
If there is an issue with the UF VPN, the UFHealth VPN can be used as well. This should still allow you to connect to PHHP resources.
For general purpose computing, you can use the Terminal Server. This covers most basic needs, suchs as access to PHHP file shares, Microsoft Office suite, and other commonly used applications like SPSS and Foxit PhantomPDF, a .pdf editing tool.
If you need to access your work computer directly (due to having certain software installed, etc) please let us know first by sending an email with the name of your computer to firstname.lastname@example.org, as we need to allow remote access on that machine before you can connect. Once that is done, here is how to connect to your desktop
If you just need to check your email, you can access the web version at UF Outlook Web Access.
Students and faculty have access to a suite of applications available at UF Apps.
Instructions on how to set up UF Dropbox for Education, UF Onedrive, and other apps can be found on the Gatorcloud website.