Live on January 10th
Managing and registering your CaneID just got easy! All faculty, staff, and students now have access to the NEW CaneID Self-Service portal. Users can now register and self-manage their CaneIDs, and reset their security questions or change them manually at any time. Visit caneid.miami.edu to check it out.
New Student Information System!
CaneLink serves as the gateway between the new PeopleSoft Campus Solutions system and the legacy myUM environment, allowing for seamless transition between both old and new systems. Simply login to CaneLink with your existing CaneID and password.
CAS will now be UMSSO
Beginning on Wednesday, 11/27, your experience when logging in to certain UM administrative applications (which require CaneID and Password) will change. The University is introducing the UM Single Sign-On (UMSSO) page to replace the CaneID Authentication Service (CAS) sign-on page.
Use your CaneID to Access lynda.com
UM students, faculty, clinicians and staff can use their CaneIDs to access the lynda.com video library of premium quality courses on “how-to-use” the latest software and social media and “how-to-build” their own creative, design and business skills. lynda.com provides engaging, first-to-market training for Illustrator, Photoshop, Access, Excel, PowerPoint, and hundreds of other technology topics taught by industry experts.
A new comprehensive website for the ERP initiative launches today. The website contains information about the project, timelines, FAQs, training schedules, a glossary of terms, and much more. The ERP initiative is one of the most far-reaching projects in UM’s history and will not only upgrade the information technology that drives student, financial, and human resources systems, but it will also transform the way UM conducts business and provides services to its students, faculty, and staff.
Free Student Computer Support
We are located in the Whitten University Center, 1306 Stanford Drive Room 221-A (second floor).Student Technology Help Desk (STHD) is a free computer support center for students. We provide a multitude of services including internet configuration, virus and spyware removal, system restorations, software installations and upgrades on laptops, desktops, and PDAs.
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Information Technology Training (ITT) provides a wide variety of computer training classes for UM faculty, staff and administrative employees designed to enhance personal productivity using the most popular Microsoft and Adobe applications.
Instructor led classes are offered in academic computer labs on the Coral Gables Campus. ITT also provides customized training classes for 5 or more students that can be offered at any UM location via mobile training units or through webinars.
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