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  • U-M Box is the University of Michigan's implementation of Box.com's cloud collaboration and storage service. Box at U-M offers an easy and safe way to store and share files and collaborate with others, both within and outside the university. U-M Box is available to all current faculty, staff, emeritus, and students at the University of Michigan, including the Health System.
  • Zoom unifies cloud video conferencing, simple online meetings, and group messaging.
  • Google at U-M provides U-M students, faculty, and staff with a wide variety of tools to improve collaboration. The core tools include Mail, Calendar, Meet (formerly Hangouts Meet), Chat (formerly Hangouts Chat), Drive, Sites, Groups, and Contacts. Many additional apps are available, such as Blogger, Google+, and YouTube.
  • Electronic research administration, including research business office operations.
  • BlueJeans provides cloud-based videoconferencing with audio, video, and content sharing.
  • The Chartfield Converter translates a Shortcode into its equivalent Chartfield combination.
  • Adobe Creative Cloud is a collection of applications and services for designing print and online media, video editing, web development, photography, and more.
  • Your uniqname is your U-M login ID. There are different processes for getting a uniqname based on your relationship to the university.
  • Communicate through wireless networks on laptops, tablets, cellular phones, and other devices.
  • The ITS VPN service creates a secure, encrypted connection between your device and the U-M network. It enables access to university resources from untrusted networks.
  • A full lineup of news, entertainment, and sports channels is available through our campus-wide cable network. Campus units can purchase a cable connection in most campus buildings. Cable service is available in residence hall lounges and other public areas, and in some graduate student apartments.
  • SignNow is a cloud-based offering that enables users to electronically prepare and send University business documents for the purpose of requesting and obtaining digital signatures and other information on those documents.
  • Microsoft Office 365 is available to current University of Michigan faculty, staff, students, and emeritus with regular uniqnames.
  • Virtual Sites is a tool that allows faculty, staff and students to access a full Campus Computing Sites Windows desktop virtual desktop from any device. This provides on-the-go access to a broad range of licensed software.
  • Friend accounts allow guests to log in and access U-M online resources they have been authorized to use.
  • MPrint is U-M's printing service that allows campus community members to print from their computer or mobile device to networked campus printers.
  • U-M faculty or staff members can obtain access to the university's administrative data resources that pertain to the type of data and level of access they need to conduct university business using the Online Access Request System (OARS).
  • Learn how to prepare your IT for leaving the U and what privileges you'll lose (and may retain) once you've left.
  • 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.
  • Find email addresses of U-M people and groups.
  • The new 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.