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Based on feedback provided by UM students in the 2023 IT client satisfaction survey, students indicated a preference for Gmail as their email system. To that end, starting Thursday, August 1, 2024, we will be transitioning student UM email from Outlook to Gmail.

To support students, faculty, and staff in their increased need to save and share cloud video recordings, the University's video streaming platform Kaltura will become the long-term storage option for Zoom cloud recordings.

Students, faculty, and staff use CaneLink—the University's Student Information System (SIS)—to search for classes, view course schedules, view class rosters, and much more. A brand new, mobile-friendly CaneLink interface for students is now available.

Microsoft upgraded the enterprise chat and web meeting tool Skype for Business to Microsoft Teams, and Skype was disabled at the University of Miami on July 1, 2021.

The goal of Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) is to create a layered defense and make it more difficult for an unauthorized person to access your information.

Box is a cloud platform that helps you securely store, share, and manage all your files.

Microsoft OneDrive allows you to store your files and photos, sync across all your computers, and even edit and collaborate on Office documents.

Workday is the University's system for HR, payroll, and finance, and streamlines business processes into a single, unified, state-of-the-art cloud-based system.

Workday Finance enabled the University to improve the delivery of finance services, and provides our students, faculty, and staff with the tools they need to be successful at UM.

UChart is the University of Miami Health System's electronic health record (EHR) system. This system integrates functions of approximately 65 software applications into a single system.

As part of the University's cloud-based applications implementation process, historial data hosted within the legacy mainframe environment will be stored by UMIT and available upon request via the Archival Data Request Service (ADRS).