Learn which devices can be connected and how.
Google at U-M
Access your email, calendar, contacts as well as Google Apps like Drive, Hangouts, and Sites.Get
Box at U-M
Easily and securely store files and collaborate with others, both within and outside U-M.Get
Use your AFS home directory to securely manage and store files from any computer.Get
Find the right U-M storage option for you.
Print from your desktop, laptop, and mobile device to any networked campus printer.Get
Use on your personally-owned devices at no cost.Get
Eliminate network-level attacks by encrypting all traffic (including passwords). For Windows only.Get
Open secure file-transfer connections from one computer to another. For Windows only.Get
Free for both personal-owned and university-owned computers.Get
Text-to-speech tools for reading, writing, and note-taking on Windows.Get
Call or send text messages from area with poor cellular coverage.Get
Secure Your Device
If you access or maintain sensitive university data, take steps to secure your device.
Your U-M Digital Identity
Is it ok to upload vacation photos to your U-M managed device or to sign up for Netflix with your U-M email address? Yes! U-M employees can download personal content to their U-M device and use their umich.edu address to sign up for personal cloud services.
Store Your Files
Use storage services to store your data safely and automatically. Google and Box are U-M supported cloud services with unlimited storage and data protection agreements that provide web and mobile app support to access files on my devices, anytime, anywhere.
Support & Repair
Visit Tech Repair in the Computer Showcase for help with personally-owned devices, including drop-in consulting, virus remediation, software installation, hardware upgrades, data transfers, and hardware repairs.
Access to Your Data in Case of
Retirement, Transfer, or Graduation
As you transition into new roles outside of U-M, you may wish to take some of your materials with you. Understand what computing services you will lose access to and how to best manage digital files when leaving U-M.