Every Michigan Medicine employee has at least two primary passwords: a Level 1 and Level 2, here you can find more information on accessing and changing your accounts and passwords.
Adobe Connect is a web conferencing system for sharing events with remote locations. With Adobe Connect, you can host meetings and share content while communicating with a distributed team.
AirWatch is the Mobile Device Management (MDM) system that Health Information Technology & Services provides to enable access to the secure UMHS (802.1X) network and other Michigan Medicine resources.
If it plugs in and you require assistance, we will come to you and help.
Audiovisual Professional Services aims to be the single point of contact for all audiovisual needs in University of Michigan Health System facilities.
BlueJeans is a cloud-based conference software that allows for audio, visual, and content sharing.
Several sponsored medical subscription applications are available to Michigan Medicine Medicine enrolled in AirWatch.
Computer training rooms are used for technology training sessions such as MiChart, Aspect, and Dragon. These rooms can be reserved by Michigan Medicine units for classroom training that requires computers.
Confluence is a communication tool that allows people to share, create, edit and organize content via a web browser.
Learning Design & Delivery (LDD) can advise faculty on ways to use technology to present content so our students gain knowledge and skills through a variety of learning methods. We can create tools for technology-enabled learning, such as digital presentations, videos, mobile applications, e-books and assessment tools.
Oracle, SQL Server, & MySQL are available for database secure hosting solutions.
The UMMS Drupal Platform is a custom Drupal implementation designed for Medical School departments and their affiliated divisions, sections, institutes, centers, and programs.
Duo is the two-factor authentication supported by Michigan Medicine as a second layer of security.
Endpoints is an online resource directory that will help you locate all public videoconferencing facilities throughout Michigan Medicine.
Enterprise Content Management (ECM) is technology, strategy, and methods used to capture, manage, access, integrate, measure, and store information. Consider it your IT umbrella for document management.
Enterprise Reporting and Analytics (ERA) is a team within HITS that provides Business Intelligence solutions through the use of dashboards, ad hoc report development, report distribution services, and the delivery of raw data files.
FaxServer is an application server that sends and receives analog faxes and turns them into picture attachments. It can deliver to an email account.
Every Michigan Medicine employee is granted access to a personal file space at their new employee orientation. This file space is referred to as the employee's Home Directory. Access to shared file spaces are also made available in order to enable team collaboration.
A firewall is a device that protects a network from unauthorized access.
The Flux cluster is a state-of-the-art high-performance computing service for researchers — at a reasonable price.
Gamera is a suite of workflow and project management tools based on Atlassian's JIRA software. With JIRA, you can track tasks, automate processes, gather data, and more.
As part of the M+Google initiative, the University provides support for Google Sites. This platform offers a simple mechanism for anyone to create a free site for general use. It's ideal for lab websites, faculty research websites, or student group sites.
Michigan Medicine employees are provided with standard configured desktop computers, laptops, or tablets referred to as CoreImage or CoreMac machines.
M+Box is a partnership between the University of Michigan and Box that offers an easy and safe way to store and share files and collaborate with others.
M+Google is a U-M partnership that provides Google Apps services to enable collaboration and productivity.