Clients have been using Tableau to perform data analytics on divisional data. These analyses are typically focused on rapidly-changing, highly specialized, or otherwise non-enterprise business questions. Tableau is very powerful but getting started is easy relative to OAS, our enterprise BI solution, which requires its own dedicated IT team and is focused on enterprise questions.
The Indigenous Languages Digital Archive (ILDA) is a web based archive designed specifically to support tribal efforts in archive-based language revitalization. ILDA allows for the organization, storage, retrieval, and analysis of digitized archival linguistic materials, and associated data, for the purpose of informing language revitalization and educational efforts by tribal communities who participate in National Breath of Life (NBoL) Archival Institute for Indigenous Languages.
Blender is a free and open-source 3D computer graphics software tool set used for creating animated films, visual effects, art, 3D printed models, motion graphics, interactive 3D applications, virtual reality, and computer games.
Microsoft 365 (formerly known as Microsoft Office 365) is the hub for all of the classic Microsoft tools: Office, Excel, Powerpoint, Outlook, and more. All Miami students and employees can download and use these tools free of charge.
FBS Divisional offices will use this form to request specific help from FBS-IT that is NOT related to Miami desktop software or hardware or questions about email or other programs that are in general use across the entire university. For that, please contact IT Help via normal methods (phone, chat, or email).
Requests for FBS-IT Help are typically fulfilled within 4 business days, though certain reporting changes will take longer.
The Apple Developer Enterprise Program allows large organizations to develop and deploy proprietary, internal-use apps to their employees. This program is for specific use cases that require private distribution directly to employees using secure internal systems or through a Mobile Device Management solution.
Applications within this portfolio provide stand-along value in support of the educational mission. These applications are often used by individual faculty and students to conduct research, to collaborate, and to gain a deeper understanding of how technology is used in the real world.
Miami's AppPortal technology streams applications to your computer or device, making the application appear as if it is running from your computer or device. AppPortal technology provides access to Banner and Kronos, as well as access to Windows applications for Mac users and CSE 148 students.