Add-ins are available for U-M students, faculty, and staff on the Ann Arbor, Flint, and Dearborn academic campuses to use within Microsoft Office 365.
You are responsible for ensuring that your use of U-M Microsoft Office 365, including add-ins, complies with laws, policies, and regulations where applicable. Close attention must also be paid to the data classification types used in documents created using add-ins within U-M Microsoft Office 365, as listed below:
|Data Classification Type||Add-in Usage|
|Restricted||Add-ins cannot be used.|
|High or Moderate||
Add-ins created by Microsoft can be used, with the exception of these data types:
Add-ins created by other third parties cannot be used with High or Moderate data classification types without a security review.
|Low||Any add-ins can be used.|
While add-ins can be utilized as described above within U-M Microsoft Office 365, resulting documents must be stored in an approved storage destination.
- Currently, the only sensitive data type that may be stored in OneDrive is student education records (FERPA).
- Other sensitive data types must be stored locally or within U-M Box or U-M Google Drive as permitted (see the Sensitive Data Guide).
See Sensitive Data Guide: Microsoft Office 365 for more information.