ITS resources for computers and software.
- Adaptive Technology Computing Services
The James Edward Knox Adaptive Technology Computing Site (Knox Center) meets the computing and information technology needs of people with temporary or permanent disabilities.
- Campus Computing Sites
Campus Computing Sites provide public access workstations—including a wide variety of software and computing services—to U-M students, faculty and staff.
- Virtual Sites
Virtual Sites lets any Mac or Windows computer with a web connection use Sites Windows software.
- Virtual Sites
- Compute at the U
Make your device work for you at the U.
- Computer Showcase
Computer Showcase provides sales, service and support of personal technology to U-M students, faculty and staff.
MiDesktop offers a highly available and secure environment while drastically reducing the complexity and cost of deploying a Virtual Desktop Infrastructure.
MiWorkspace is a desktop support service that provides network connectivity to your computers and devices, delivery of software and security updates, network storage, printing, and access to a whole team of desktop support professionals.
- Reserve Software for a Class
Classroom Reservation & Instructional Software Submission (CRISS) consolidates a number of Campus Computing Sites instructional services and resources into one easy to access place.
- Software Services
Software Services was formed when Software Licensing & Distribution and UmichITAM teams combined as one team.
- Tech Repair
The ITS Tech Repair Service provides low-cost assistance to U-M individuals and departments at two full-service locations.
- Standard Computing Services
All eligible members of the U-M community on the Ann Arbor campus receive the standard computing services at no charge.
- Microsoft Campus Agreement
The university negotiates an agreement with Microsoft Corporation that allows the distribution of commonly used Microsoft products at significantly reduced costs.