DocuSign is an easy-to-use, full-featured, web-based application for signing/sending documents, creating forms, and managing document workflow.
DocuSign offers a wide range of support and training resources that will empower you to become an advanced DocuSign user.
Grouper is an enterprise access management system offered by OIT. It comes with a web based inteface that allows for the management of groups. Groups in the context of Grouper currently consist of email enabled groups that are on the Microsoft Office 365 service.
If you are a Grouper user, log into the tool with the following:
MyCUHub is software-as-a-service (built on the salesforce.com platform) used for constituent relationship management (CRM) initiatives for the entire CU system (all campuses and administrative units). The CU-Boulder implementation currently includes CRM for advising units of many colleges, the Office of Performance Improvement, and the Office of Industry Collaboration.
If you are a MyCUHub user, log into the tool with the following:
eduroam (educational roaming) is a secure wireless network service available to all CU-Boulder faculty, staff, and students, as well as members of hundreds of participating institutions world-wide.
lynda.com is an online library of high-quality video tutorials, created by industry professionals teaching a wide variety of software tools and skills. The full range of these tutorials are available to current faculty, students and staff. For additional information on lynda.com at CU-Boulder, including recommended courses for faculty, staff and students, visit www.colorado.edu/lynda.
To log in to lynda.com:
Zoom is a web conferencing tool that unifies cloud video conferencing, online meetings, and collaboration into a single intuitive platform. Zoom's extensive feature set, broad compatibility with desktop and mobile devices, and multi-layered security allow CU-Boulder to have rich web conferencing experiences with both campus affiliated and unaffiliated users.
Microsoft Office 365 is a cloud-based suite of solutions that includes Exchange Online as the email and calendaring environment, as well as collaborative office applications such as Office Web Apps, Office desktop applications, SharePoint, and Lync Online.
CU-Boulder partnered with Google in order to offer Google-powered communication and collaboration tools to the campus. All students, alumni and some others are provisioned with a Gmail account, with access to many other core applications. Currently, faculty and staff cannot choose Gmail as their primary university email account, as there are remaining technical and legal issues to be addressed; however, will still have access to the core applications. Review the information below to learn more.
To access Google Apps you must use a combination of your CULoginName @colorado.edu and IdentiKey password at https://accounts.google.com/ or any core Google Apps login page.