Online Meetings and Conferencing
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Microsoft TeamsLog into Teams
With video, chat, team collaboration, file sharing and VoIP features, Microsoft Teams is the recommended web conferencing service for conducting university business. The Teams app is available for Windows, Mac, Linux, iOS and Android systems.
Cisco WebexLog into Webex
With Webex Meetings, students, faculty and staff can host or attend online meetings, give presentations, share screens and more.
With Blackboard Collaborate Ultra, faculty can create a virtual classroom, office, or meeting space in order to communicate with users on campus or anywhere in the world.
Skype for Business
Skype for Business is a digital communications tool for VoIP and allows users to host or join a meeting. The app is available for Windows, Mac, iOS and Android.
To be responsible stewards of university resources, IT Services recommends that colleges and departments utilize university-supported services for remote work, online meetings and collaboration.
Heads up! External services like Zoom are not supported by the IT Help Desk and may have security vulnerabilities.