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UTD provides hosting for personal webpages for all current students, faculty, and staff at UT Dallas.

Email at UT Dallas is provided by Microsoft Office 365, and is sometimes called “Exchange Online” email. Office 365 email is protected by NetIDplus & modern authentication.

OnBase, the software suite from Hyland, is an enterprise system combining document imaging, workflow, and eForms with document management tools to capture, preserve, and deliver digital documents.

Microsoft Teams is a powerful team-based collaboration tool that provides group chat, channeled conversations, instant messaging, live document collaboration, audio or video calls, and meetings (from one-on-ones to fully-featured audio/video conferences).

Virtual Private Network (VPN) provides secure access to restricted University data and resources using an off-campus computer through a secured Internet connection. In order to utilize VPN services, you must first be enrolled in NetIDplus.

UT Dallas uses Microsoft Office 365’s Exchange Online Protection (EOP) to scan and quarantine suspected spam, phishing, and malicious messages before they reach your inbox.

Box is a cloud storage platform that is sometimes called CometSpace at UTD.

Atlas is the University’s service management (sometimes called IT Service Management or ITSM) platform, which allows multiple university departments to manage service requests, incidents, and inquiries from their customers, with the benefit of enhanced collaboration between university departments. Atlas also provides knowledge management, project management, and change management capabilities to the university.

Comprehensive virtual server management from the operating system to the application stack depending on user needs. Alongside database management services, this enables departments to operate a server on UT Dallas enterprise infrastructure.

OneDrive is a file hosting service and synchronization service operated by Microsoft as part of its suite of Microsoft 365 services.

eCAT (electronic Campus Access Tool) is a system used by departments for requesting access for users. It includes an approval workflow for all requests.

CometPrint allows students, faculty, and staff to quickly and easily print to multiple locations on campus. You can print via email, print in a Computer Lab or by adding funds to your account.

Alexa for Business simplifies meeting room experiences for UT Dallas employees. Alexa also enables you to simplify day-to-day tasks, build a smarter workplace, and provide a unique employee experience.

The Global Address List (GAL) is a directory service used within the Office 365 email system. The GAL contains information on all email users, distribution groups, and resources at the university.

Outlook is an application used to access email, calendar, and contacts. Email service at UT Dallas is provided by Microsoft Office 365, and is sometimes called “Exchange Online” email. Office 365 email is protected by NetIDplus & modern authentication.

UT Dallas Windows computers can be set up to allow for remote access.

Microsoft Stream is an Enterprise Video service where people in your organization can upload, view, and share videos securely. You can share recordings of classes, meetings, presentations, training sessions, or other videos that aid your team's collaboration.

The Password Reset Service enables you to change your password through self-service.

Public Folders are a legacy part of Microsoft Exchange at UTD. Many older "shared mailboxes" are actually mail-enabled public folders, and must be accessed through the "Folders" section of Outlook.

The Office of Research and Innovation manages Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and Youtube social profiles advocating the publication of research and research supporting activities at UT Dallas.

CometNet is a secure wireless network (WPA2-Enterprise) for UT Dallas students, faculty, and staff with an active NetID.

NetIDplus, powered by Duo, is the university two-factor authentication method designed to add a second layer of security to your NetID account. Verifying your identity using a second factor, such as your phone or a security key, prevents anyone but you from logging in, even if they know your password.

Digital Certificates are available to digitally sign email messages.

NetID is a network account used to access campus computing resources. The NetID usually begins with your initials followed by numbers (e.g., abc123456). Your NetID is associated with a network password that is used to authenticate for most UT Dallas resources.

The Office of Research and Innovation manages the digital signage in BSB and RL supporting the publication of research and research supporting activities at UT Dallas.