Office 365’s powerful cloud-based suite of tools makes it easy to securely share files and collaborate with colleagues across the University and outside of Harvard.
Office 365 will be available University wide, and for the first time, all Harvard faculty and staff will have access to the same email, calendar, and file sharing platform to support and foster collaboration, organization, and efficiency.
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Video conferencing uses both audio and video to allow people at different sites to get together over the Internet. This can be a conversation between just two people (point-to-point) or several people at multiple locations (multi-point). Besides just the audio and visual transmission of video conferencing, it can also be used to share documents and display information on your personal computer. These features allow for improved collaboration, more personal engagement, content sharing and improved productivity all in a video solution.Read more about Video Conferencing
A set of activities performed cooperatively between the HUIT Infrastructure Network Services team and the HUIT Security organization that maintains the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of the University's data and information technology resources. Read more about Network Traffic Security Monitoring
Monitors and plans for the orderly and timely refresh of technology components to keep pace with the state-of-the-art and the technological and capacity needs of a leading institution of higher education and research
Key Features and Benefits
Technology lifecycle planning allows the University to keep pace with and stay ahead of the feature, function, and capacity requirements curve associated with network utilization, availability, and security needs.
Centrally maintained administrative data for authorized users in Finance, Human Resources, Research Administration, Student Billing & Loan, Registrar, Alumni, and account and directory systems; Access to transaction data as well as historical data that resides in the Harvard Data Warehouse. Read more about Data and Reporting Services
If HERS2 is not responding and does not throw an error, the HERS2 session may have timed out. To resolve this issue, close all HERS2 windows by closing the HERS2 session timeout window. This window may be hidden behind other HERS2 windows.
Harvard staff may access detailed research and analysis findings through Gartner’s product, called “Burton IT1 Research.” These analyses and findings are written by technologists for technologists and organized under 7 key IT-related topics: Read more about Gartner Research (Technical)
The Harvard community has access to select Gartner research through its online database, “Core Research Campus Access.” The database includes research findings on a wide range of IT-related topics, including analyses, opinions, trends, leading practices, and case studies.
Find materials here for HR professionals and people administrators using the MIDAS application or working with persons-of-interest (POI) identities. MIDAS is the online application for managing identity data at Harvard University. Users perform a range of business functions, including looking up people to verify affiliation, updating contact or privacy data, and getting ID numbers for Library Borrowers or other people with POI roles, such as consultant or contractor. Read more about MIDAS and Person of Interest (POI) Identities