The UofM uses multiple services for faculty, staff, and students to stay connected to their personal or office devices. To learn how to get connected to these umTech services, check out the information below:
The wireless network on campus offers fast and reliable data connection speeds of
up to 54Mbps.
To access the wireless network, view the wireless training page to learn more about getting connected to wireless on campus.
iPrint — Printing
iPrint is a wireless printing system that allows students to take advantage of printing
services. iPrint services are available at all Technology Access Fee (TAF) funded
printers on campus.
Need more information on connecting to printing on campus? Check out this information iPrint page.
umMail — Email
Email, also known as umMail (office 365) on campus, helps you keep your information and communication organized. umMail lets you go beyond the desktop when connecting to email with the support of any mobile device. For additional information on umMail (office 365), visit our umTech Find Solutions page.
Saving Your Work — OneDrive
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. Remember, the use of this service should align with all UofM policies and guidelines. Our OneDrive documentation highlights the features of Office 365 - OneDrive.
Applications — umApps
umApps provides easy, web-based access to a variety of specialized applications such as SPSS, Mathematica, Microsoft Word, and many more. University students and faculty can access the software from any PC or Mac, on and off campus. Additional information on umApps can be found in our document Getting Started with umApps.