Learn which devices can be connected and how.
Get free storage, productivity software, and more.
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
Get helpful tips for connecting to the U-M systems and services.
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.