Combining the best of desktop, web, and mobile applications, Microsoft 365 enables the Michigan Medicine community to collaborate in real-time from nearly anywhere, on virtually any device. Take advantage of these learning opportunities to save time, communicate efficiently with teammates and improve your personal productivity.
This message is intended for U-M IT leadership and Security Unit Liaisons.
Starting June 1, HITS will begin removing Intelligent Hub from all personally-owned MacOS and Windows computers.
In fall of 2022, MLearning will be replaced. In conjunction with this change, the “MLearning” brand is being retired, and will become “Cornerstone Learning."
HITS has launched a new pilot service to help the Michigan Medicine community get expert, effective, time-sensitive support with classroom technology.
Update: Cornerstone Talent Management Platform Work Continues: MLearning Retirement/Replacement Coming in fall 2022
Work continues to design and deliver a new online Talent Management platform to serve all of Michigan Medicine. As announced in late February, the project team’s first priority is replacing (and upgrading) the technology Michigan Medicine currently uses to support training activities. MLearning will be retired and replaced by Cornerstone Learning in fall 2022.
Microsoft 365 allows you to collaborate with anyone in Michigan Medicine, from any location, on any device. Learn what’s possible (and save time!) using Microsoft Teams, Outlook, Planner, and To Do.
HITS will begin removing Intelligent Hub (MDM) from personal mobile devices on April 15. Impacted customers are being notified, and those who wish to continue accessing Michigan Medicine privileged networks or other resources will need to switch to Microsoft Intune.
Reminder: Upgrades to Michigan Medicine Computer Environment Continue; Training Opportunities Available
Late last year, Health Information Technology and Services (HITS) completed the rollout of the Microsoft 365 (M365) productivity suite, including Microsoft Teams.
This message is intended for U-M IT staff who are responsible for university systems running Mozilla Firefox as well as users of personal systems with Firefox installed.
Join us for Research Data Management Office Hours! The HITS Academic Engagement and Taubman Health Sciences Library teams are back to answer your questions and feature data storage options available through U-M.
Michigan Medicine’s instance of Skype for Business (SfB) will be retired on March 31. This planned retirement is happening in conjunction with the rollout of Microsoft Teams – which is now our preferred tool for business-related (non-clinical) communication and collaboration, including chat.
Phishing emails that target students with fake job scams continue to be prevalent. A number of U-M students, including incoming high school students who haven’t attended U-M yet, have reported scam emails about work-from-home job opportunities.
HITS will soon update many Michigan Medicine computers to align available tools, improve functionality, and provide a more consistent user experience across our Windows computing environment – primarily impacting Standard and Flex mode DESKTOPS, and Kiosk devices.
Health Information Technology and Services (HITS) is rolling out design updates to unify the look of the login screens used across Michigan Medicine applications.
Michigan Medicine partnering with Cornerstone on new Talent Management platform, starting with MLearning replacement
Michigan Medicine Human Resources, Organizational Learning and Health Information Technology and Services (HITS) are partnering with Cornerstone to develop and deliver a comprehensive, online Talent Management platform to serve all of Michigan Medicine, including faculty, staff and learners from U-M Health, the medical school and shared services.
Action required to continue accessing applications which use Michigan Medicine SAML/SSO Identity Provider Service before March 4, 2022
This message is intended for HITS staff whose applications use the Michigan Medicine SAML/SSO Identity Provider service (weblogin.med.umich.edu).
The production certificate for the Michigan Medicine Web SSO (SAML) / Access Manager / Web login authentication service will expire on Friday, March 4, 2022, and must be replaced before then or logins to the application will fail.
This message is intended for U-M IT staff who are responsible for university Linux servers that run smbd.
The next MiChart upgrade is planned for Sunday, April 24.
This will be the first planned upgrade for 2022 with a goal to introduce new features, limit impact to the organization and maintain regulatory requirements.
This message was sent to U-M IT groups on January 26, 2022. It is intended for U-M IT staff who are responsible for university servers running Linux systems with Polkit's pkexec component installed.
The collaborative workspace application will replace Skype for Business
The information below was sent to U-M IT groups on January 10, 2022. It is intended for U-M IT staff who are responsible for university websites that use WordPress.
Health Information Technology & Services (HITS) will reopen all three Help Me Now locations this week, with modified hours, limited staffing and necessary COVID-19 safety precautions.
Later this month, Michigan Medicine will implement Clinical Enterprise Imaging (CEI) — a program consisting of multiple projects aimed at improving the display and sharing of images across the institution.