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The One Stop provides information and answers questions in the areas of scholarship, financial aid, registration, billing, payment, and student records.

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

Faculty, staff, and students may download Read&Write (R&W) for free through Miami's site license.

When you use your Miami UniqueID and MUnet password to log in to certain Miami services or applications, you will be prompted to enter a six-digit single-use verification code. Unlike a PIN number for an ATM, the code changes with every login and can be used only one time.

Miami's AppPortal Applications technology streams applications to your computer or device, making the application appear as if it is running from your computer or device. This technology relies on Microsoft's RemoteApp and Desktop Services. AppPortal technology provides access to Banner, MInE, & Kronos, as well as access to Windows applications for Mac users and CSE 148 students.

This request will allow you to provide a student with a sponsored Qualtrics account for creating and editing surveys. Before submitting this request, please have the student log into Qualtrics at http://miamioh.qualtrics.com/ to create their account.

Faculty, staff, and students may use this form to report issues with electronic locking doors at any Miami University campus.

IT Services provides an automated test scoring service for faculty.

Provides teleconferencing and video conferencing for the Miami University community.

Faculty and staff may install SAS/JMP on their Mac OS work computer (owned by Miami University) in compliance with licensing arrangements negotiated by Miami University.

Provide Miami University community secure accounts for identity and access to University computer resources.

Courtesy accounts, also known as hosted accounts, are created to provide technology resources for qualified non-Miami University individuals. A Miami University faculty or staff member may request courtesy accounts on behalf of an individual who is not currently affiliated with the university. The request form must be submitted by a Dean or Department Chair.

Use this request form to request the packaging of software so that it can be delivered to classroom computers, included on the base image included on each department computer, or made available via Casper or the SCCM Application Manager. This form should only be used by technical support staff.

Canvas course sites are created automatically for ALL courses listed in Banner once the course schedule is published in Banner. Faculty and staff may use this form to request the creation of a Canvas course site for purposes such as course development, sharing information, employee training or committee collaboration.

Use this form to request the removal of institutionally-owned computers and peripherals from on-campus locations. This service is available on all campuses (excluding Luxembourg).

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

Faculty, staff, and students may use this form to report issues with Mobile Reader.

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

Faculty may use this form to request training on the technologies found within classrooms.

OBIEE (Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition) provides access to University reports and dashboards.

Miami Chat is an on-campus instant messaging service that can be used by anyone with a Miami UniqueID. The chief purpose for the service is for faculty/staff internal department communication, but anyone with a Miami UniqueID can use the service.

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.

Matlab is designed to analyze data, develop algorithms, and create models.

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, MInE, and Kronos, as well as access to Windows applications for Mac users and CSE 148 students.