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Comprehensive Project Request form to be used in the evaluation and prioritization of new projects.

TeamDynamix (TDX) app is used by I.T. Services, Finance and a few other departments for project management, asset management, and issue/request tracking through tickets submitted by faculty, staff and students on this self-service portal.

I.T. Services provides full support for these MS Office 365 productivity apps: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, Visio, Project, Publisher. Older versions of Office and MS Access are not supported.

The University Photographer is responsible for creating a photographic record of University events, research, and promotional material relevant to promoting the University’s mission and mandate.

Microsoft Teams is a collaboration platform that combines workplace instant messaging, online meetings, notes, and files. It is built on existing Microsoft technologies like Skype and SharePoint woven together by Office 365 Groups.

MyAnalytics is an extension of the Office 365 user experience. It uses everyday data that is already available in Office 365 to produce insights and suggestions that will help you achieve balance and better make use of your time. It aims to identify and improve work patterns by looking at how time is spent and who they spend it with.

Microsoft Stream is the video storage and streaming service, similar to YouTube, that is part of University's Office 365 subscription.

Sharing a printer reduces costs by limiting the number of printers needed within a designated area or department. Ensuring secure reliable access to these networked printers is an important function provided through Active Directory printing services.

IT Services utilizes Microsoft’s Power Automate work flow engine to automate the processing of various tasks for the Campus. Currently, Power Automate is utilized by several areas on campus to support paperless work flow for Outstanding Scholar / GA / TA appointments, International Recruitment events, and Program Development Committee (PDC) approvals.

Blackboard is the Learning Management System (LMS) that the University of Windsor supports. It is a robust system with several communication tools including Announcements, Discussions, and a Virtual Classroom called Blackboard Collaborate Ultra; multiple assessment options such as Tests and Assignments; and interactive tools including Journals, Blogs, Discussions and Wiki.

Faculty, staff and students who would like to use software that is not covered by any of the campus-wide licensing agreements can submit a request to purchase a license.

I.T. Services provides telephone services to all locations on campus, and selected off campus locations, including connecting new lines and extensions, moving existing lines, installing or repairing phone jacks, long distance codes, etc.

UWinsite Finance is the University of Windsor’s financial information system.