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This Google-powered email service is automatically provisioned for all students and is optional for faculty and staff. Gmail can be accessed via the web client or desktop and mobile native clients. Gmail is part of the G Suite for Education core tools.

Zoom is a multi-functional video and audio conference web application that combines web-based meetings with integrated collaboration tools.

The voicemail system answers telephone calls when campus members are away or unavailable.

Newly available as of Spring 2020, the Virtual Computer Lab provides UIC students, faculty, and staff with access to specialized software from their own devices.

Box is an online file sharing and cloud content management service that works on PCs, Macs, mobile and tablet devices and provides access to files from any location for collaboration with other University users or external parties.

Formerly known as G Suite, Google Workspace is a suite of tools used for communication and collaboration. It includes Gmail, Google Drive, Google Sites, Google Meet, Google Groups and Google Calendar.

Technology Solutions provides Exchange Online for UIC’s email and calendaring service.

A chat-based workspace that facilitates real-time collaboration.

Multifunctional video and audio conference web application.

Drive is Google’s online solution for storing and sharing a variety of online documents, from word processing and spreadsheets, to forms and presentations. Files in Drive can be reached from any smartphone, tablet, or computer

A listserv is an email-based list of subscribers, which can be used as a discussion group, a distribution list, or a group or campus unit email address.

Cloud-based anti-plagiarism software available to faculty and graduate students.

Microsoft 365 is a free suite of programs that includes Office applications. There are two ways to use Microsoft 365: in the cloud using Word Online, Excel Online, PowerPoint Online, OneNote Online, etc. or by installing all the same apps locally on up to five PCs or Macs, five tablets, and five mobile devices.

Google Meet is part of Google’s Workspace (formerly known as G Suite) core tools. Users can start a chat conversation, video call, or phone call using Wi-Fi with up to 100 people at a time.

Campus computer labs provide centrally managed computers with standard software. These labs are available to UIC students, staff, faculty, and authorized guests.

A simplified administrative interface that you can use to manage BitLocker Drive Encryption.

The lending of equipment for use in classrooms.

Box Health Data Folder is an online file sharing and cloud content management service that only employees, volunteers, trainees, and other persons under the direct control of the University are eligible to apply for.

Technology Solutions provides hands-on technical support for student, faculty, and staff personal laptops and mobile devices, assisting with connections to UIC-WiFi, virus/malware removal and protection, and installation of campus-licensed software. This service is available at the BSB Learning Center.

Short-term loans of various equipment to support the academic needs of students and faculty.

Technology Solutions provides and maintains the technology in more than 185 common-use classrooms.

Teaching and learning materials that are freely available online for everyone to use.

Recharge Stations allow users to charge their electronic device securely while on the go.

OneDrive is Microsoft's online solution for storing, backing up, and sharing files, allowing easy access to files from any computer or mobile device.