Web & Mobile

Productivity & Communication

  • Wolverine Access
    Wolverine Access uses search and filter technology to make it easier for members of the campus community to organize web-based campus services in one location.
  • Michigan App
    The Michigan App provides in-app messages and reminders related to academic life, personalized class schedule information, search based on places (campus buildings) and people (faculty, staff and students), location-based content including bus stops, parking locations and dining halls, and featured university events.
  • SMS/Text Messaging
    SMS messaging provides a direct mechanism to reach constituents.

Hosting & Storage

  • Andrew File System (AFS)
    A central file storage, sharing, and retrieval system for U-M faculty, staff and students.
  • Cloud Services
    ITS offers public cloud computing to the University of Michigan community. The service enables the U-M community to more easily consume public cloud computing. It integrates resources on campus, provides consulting services and training, and looks for opportunities to provide shared services using cloud computing.
  • MiDatabase
    MiDatabase is a virtual server with a managed database. Supported platforms include Microsoft SQL, MySQL and Oracle.
  • MiServer
    MiServer is a virtual server environment managed by ITS.
  • Web Hosting Services
    Web Application Hosting is an easy to use Web service that provides campus users access to their own Web applications without needing to download, install, and maintain additional hardware and software.

Application Development

  • Mobile Applications
    The Mobile Application Services consist of strategies, methodologies, technologies and tools that facilitate and enable Mobile development across campus.
  • U-M API Directory
    The API Directory offers a robust API publishing and subscription service. This university-wide directory allows secure and authorized access to institutional data for use in research and innovative applications.


  • Login Service
    The Login Service provides a set of Linux machines, the Login Pool, to which members of the U-M community can connect remotely.
  • SSH & SFTP
    SSH (Secure SHell) is a protocol for remotely logging into a machine. Similarly, SFTP (Secure FTP) provides an encrypted connection between the client and server for file transfer.

Additional Information

Remote Resource Guide
If you need to connect remotely, these resources are available to help you bring your university work to you.