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Skype for Business

Getting together for a meeting is as easy as sharing a link.

With one click, any city employee can join your online meeting, from any device. You can choose to meet right away or schedule later from Outlook. The meeting URL is personalized just for you.

  • Record meetings
  • Share your screen
  • Annotate PowerPoint
  • Use whiteboard, polls, Q&As, and built-in IM

When will this be available? It's available now! The city uses the collaboration tool: Skype for Business. Find the Skype for Buisness Guides on denvergov.org/supportnow and make your next meeting a Skype Business Meeting.

Working from home is determined at the department/agency level. Some departments/agencies schedule telecommute days, while others reserve working from home to during events such as extreme weather or traffic. Either way, the employee and supervisor must set up remote access prior to working from home. Speak with your supervisor to find out more.

Check out the price points and technology options available to city employees who are approved to work from home. Speak with your supervisor to find out more.

Access Your Email and Voicemails through Office 365

Employees can access Outlook, OneDrive, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, SharePoint and more online, from any device through Office 365

Remote Access and VPN Agreement Form

When working remotely, we recommend you open a virtual private network (VPN) connection. By establishing a VPN connection, you are able to link your home network or that coffee shop you’re sitting at’s public network securely with the city’s private network. By using VPN you are able to access city applications and gain access to all the cybersecurity defenses we have in place.

Log in to denvergov.org/supportnow and search “VPN” for how-to articles, policies, and to request access (only needed if you are using a non-city owned laptop).

Special work schedules are determined at the department/agency level. The appointing authority of a department/agency may establish a special work schedule for specified units, individual employees, or the entire agency. A special work schedule is any schedule that deviates from the standard work week of an eight hour work-day. Ten hour schedules and nine/eighty schedules are described in Career Service Rule 9: Pay Administration. Employees should contact their supervisor to learn more.

 


Other Modes to Get You From Here to There

The downtown area offers employees Motorcycle/Scooter parking at the Webb Building Garage. Visit the Employee Parking page for details and pricing.

Pedestrians are a fundamental part of every transportation network – it’s the most basic form of mobility and an important priority for the City and County of Denver.

Walking is a low-cost option to get to work and a source of exercise that could qualify towards physical activity requirements on the city’s wellness incentive program.