Email and Collaboration
Email, calendar, other productivity services, and network share drive requests are maintained by Information Technology Services.
The University of Memphis offers a web-based communication tool called Adobe Connect, locally branded as UMmeet. Users can meet, share, and collaborate virtually from a desktop/mobile device using only a webcam, microphone, and web browser.
BlueJeans is a cloud-based video conference service. It allows users to conduct live, multi-person conferences from any video-enabled device with internet access.
DocuSign is UofM’s electronic signature solution. DocuSign provides a simple way for users to take paper-based forms and build a sophisticated, interactive electronic forms. Docusign is a cloud-based application that allows users to send and sign securely as well as input other data into a document with automated document workflow.
University email is hosted by Microsoft Office 365 as a cloud service. It can be accessed over the web at http://ummail.memphis.edu, or using any popular email client.
Create and manage an email distribution group for your organization. A new email address will be associated with your group that anyone can send a message to. The email will be sent to all members of the group.
OneDrive (Microsoft's internet-based storage platform) is available for use with internal and external (non-UofM) colleagues. This service provides a solution for sharing documents with others while working on research, class projects or administrative collaboration.
The purpose of LISTSERV is to disseminate a single message simultaneously to a group of people (subscribers).
Mimecast is an addition to email that Information Technology is implementing. Mimecast gives additional protection against spam, viruses, malicious URLs, and impersonation attacks. UofM email remains as is in the Microsoft’s Office 365 environment.
umDrive is a web-based file storage and sharing service. You can access umDrive files 24 hours per day, seven days a week with your UUID and password at https://umdrive.memphis.edu.
umWiki requires an active university account for access. Students are allowed to create pages in their personal wiki space. Students are not allowed to create additional spaces. Faculty and staff are allowed to create as many spaces and pages as they desire. umWiki—https://umwiki.memphis.edu.