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August 18, 2017

U-M's Google and Box services get new wordmarks

August 26, 2016

U-M's Google and Box services get new wordmarks

The university's M+Google and M+Box services are transitioning to new wordmarks and names to more effectively align with the institution's branding model.

Campus community members should now refer to the services as "U-M Google" or "Google at U-M," and "U-M Box" or "Box at U-M".

U-M Google is Michigan's implementation of Google Apps for Education. The service is a comprehensive suite of cloud-based collaboration and communication tools provided to faculty, staff and students.

U-M Box provides anytime, anywhere access to collaborative file storage, file sharing, user-controlled security, mobile-device access, more than 1,000 partner apps, privacy of data and a secure storage location for many types of sensitive data.

Information and Technology Services is working to make sure the transition goes smoothly. Individuals and teams needing access to the new wordmarks should visit the U-M Google and U-M Box brand webpage.

Comments

Emily Springfield
on 8/31/16 at 9:15 am

The link to the U-M Google and U-M Box brand webpage just goes to google.umich.edu - no indication of the new wordmarks. Could you provide a more direct link?

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