February 21, 2022
Starting Feb. 23, all U-M employees will notice a new design and additional functionality when they report, approve or modify their time in Wolverine Access. It will not impact reporting dates, pay cycles or pay dates.
February 3, 2022
Morphic, a tool that makes computers easier to use for individuals who have difficulty using a standard digital setup, is now available at U-M. Morphic provides quick access to some of a computer’s accessibility features.
January 18, 2022
Google will turn off the ability to edit classic Google Sites on June 1 and will begin deactivating those sites July 1. Google announced its plans to retire classic Google Sites in August 2020.
January 12, 2022
Information and Technology Services has shared five top technologies that support instruction and an inclusive learning environment for the winter semester.
December 13, 2021
Due to a worldwide software security vulnerability, all U-M Tableau dashboards — including all COVID-19 dashboards — are temporarily only available to users on the university’s network or using the university virtual private network.
October 26, 2021
The end of the U-M Box Retirement Project is rapidly approaching, and faculty and staff are urged to confirm that all remaining Box data have been moved to U-M Dropbox before Oct. 31.
October 11, 2021
The Duo Mobile application, which is used as a two-factor authentication tool for many online U-M functions, has been redesigned, and the new version is now available.
September 29, 2021
As the Center for Academic Innovation prepared for its first annual XR Summit, organizer Jeremy Nelson had an idea: create a virtual representation of the Diag for people to meet, using the technology that was the focus of the event.
September 13, 2021
Users of Facebook Workplace recently have been notified that the university is moving to U-M Slack as its primary collaboration tool for enhancing workgroup communication.
September 1, 2021
Researchers on all university campuses can now sign up for the U-M Research Computing Package, a new package of no-cost supercomputing resources provided by Information and Technology Services.