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Confluence is a communication tool that allows people to share, create, edit and organize content via a web browser.
Michigan Medicine uses Microsoft Outlook Exchange as the infrastructure application for email, calendaring, contact lists, and task management. CoreImage devices use the Microsoft Office 2016 suite of applications, which includes Outlook.
Secure transfer of files that contain electronic Protected Health Information (ePHI) or other sensitive information is supported by the MiShare platform.
SharePoint is a web-based platform that creates an environment in which teams across Michigan Medicine can collaborate together on various types of projects and initiatives.
Skype for Business is Michigan Medicine's primary, non-clinical business communication tool for Instant Messaging (IM), screen sharing, and audio/videoconferencing - known as Dial-in Conferencing. It has seamless integration with the Microsoft Office suite of applications, which includes the various business apps we use on Core devices - Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook - and is safe for Protected Health Information or PHI.
Skype for Business is available as a "client" (i.e. installed on Core laptops and desktops) and as a mobile app for iOS and Android devices.
U-M Box (formerly known as 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.
U-M Google is a U-M partnership that provides Google Apps services to enable collaboration and productivity.