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A Virtual Private Network (VPN) employs encryption and other security means to secure your data when using your computer through public network access (wired or wireless) off campus.

Students, faculty, and staff use the Miami VPN service for macOS to access internal Miami resources securely from off-campus or to connect to protected IT systems, such as Native Banner


Miami students, faculty, and staff can use this application for Windows to access internal Miami resources securely from off-campus or to connect to protected IT systems, such as Native Banner.

Miami students, faculty, and staff can use this application on Linux to access internal Miami resources securely from off-campus or to connect to protected IT systems, such as Native Banner.

Allows students, faculty, and staff to automatically connect to network drives at Miami on your computer.


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.

Cloudlab provides a variety of Gsuite add-ons that help enhance student learning in and out of the classroom.

AdmitHub is an AI chatbot that can help universities answer student questions about COVID-19.

Miami's AppPortal technology streams applications to your computer or device, making the application appear as if it is running on your computer.

IBM SPSS Statistics is a comprehensive, easy-to-use set of predictive analytic tools for business users, analysts, and statistical programmers.

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.

Miami University provides approximately 120 channels of entertainment, information, and educational programming through traditional cable television and Stream2 (IPTV) services