Communication and Collaboration
IT services that facilitate institutional communication and collaboration needs. Includes email, calendaring, telephony/VoIP, video/web conferencing, unified communications, web content management system, web application development and hosting, and media development.
Technology-enhanced communication, coordination, and collaboration services that facilitate the creation, sharing, and exchange of information and ideas within communities of interest. Includes social media.
It is a cloud-based version of Microsoft Office. SharePoint is the storage component of Office365. Think of OneDrive as a personal SharePoint site (My Site) for your documents.
Also known as SharePoint, it is an on-line environment which can be used to create websites for campus internal business use. It is a secure place to store, organize, share, and access information from almost any device. Access to SDSU Intranet requires an SDSUid account.
It is a file sharing program which allows faculty and staff to store, share, and sync files with their local computers and mobile devices. For work documents, try using OneDrive for filing.
Online conferencing services other than teleconferencing.
Offers video, audio, and screen-sharing experience across Windows, Mac, iOS and Android. Only the host of a Zoom call needs to have a Zoom account to use it anytime for any meeting, conference, or person-to-person video calls.
Services associated with email, calendaring, contacts, broadcast mail, enterprise-wide mailing list management, and messaging.
Email is a method of exchanging digital messages between people using digital devices such as computers, mobile phones and other electronics. SDSU offers Gmail for faculty and staff.
Calendaring software provides users with an electronic version of a calendar used for time-management and scheduling appointments or meetings. SDSU offers Google Calendar for faculty and staff.
Services in support of campus alert systems
SDSU has established a notification system that is capable of sending text (also known as SMS) and e-mail messages in the event of a campus-wide emergency or health and safety concern. It is not intended to supplant any personal emergency contact information you may have provided to Human Resources.
In the event of an emergency, SDSU will update this website with event details and status updates.
All services associated with telephony, including voice services, teleconferencing, etc.
To order traditional phone service on campus, contact your department coordinator or submit a request in the ServiceNow Service Portal: Go to "Request University IT Services", then under "Categories" select "Voice Communications".
Additional telephone information:
SDSU has an agreement RollCall Business Conferencing Solutions to offer telephone conference calling feature to talk to several people at the same time. The conference calls may be setup to allow the called party to participate during the call, or the call may be set up so that the called party merely listens into the call and cannot speak.
SDSU offers IPTV services through Philo over campus data networks so residential students can enjoy TV using their mobile devices wherever and whenever they want on campus. This service use Internet Protocol. Viewers watch content on their favorite devices with efficient search, insightful discovery, and effortless sharing.
Services related to websites, including content management systems.
Omni CMS (formerly OU Campus)
SDSU offers this cloud-based hosted web content management system that allows users to create and maintain websites without HTML knowledge. Some features include multi-browser support, in-context WYSIWYG editor, direct edit, auto-save, scheduled publishing, workflow, and integration with Facebook and Twitter. Staff and faculty use it to create SDSU branded and ATI compliant websites that render well on all devices.
The SDSU Library hosts over 400 websites for affiliated academic departments, colleges, schools, research labs, faculty, and student organizations on RohanCP.