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MSU provides telephone services and need-specific telephone systems throughout campus.


Project lifecycle management solution for capital planning, project deliver, cost control and facilities and real estate management.


Clinical Imaging is a collection of various imaging and patient record service offerings available by request for our HCI Radiology employees, Teleradiology Partners, and Imaging partners.


Service allows users on the MSU network to obtain an IP address so that they may use the Campus Network.


Digital accessibility is the practice of designing and providing equitable user experiences so that individuals with disabilities are able to independently acquire the same information, engage in the same interactions, and enjoy the same services within the same timeframe as individuals without disabilities, with substantially equivalent ease of use.


MSU NetIDs are assigned to all current faculty, staff, students and retirees. A NetID is a unique alphanumeric identifier auto-generated from the user's name.

Your NetID is your personal identifier at MSU and serves as your login to many university computing and networking services. Your NetID also determines your MSU email address which is netid@msu.edu (e.g. the NetID msuspartan would have the email address msuspartan@msu.edu).


Wireless printing and remote printing via 'print.msu.edu' - MSUPrint allows you to print to specific MSU Printers from anywhere in the world using the Internet Printing Protocol (IPP).


Spartan Mail and related Spartan 365 software, including applications located at https://spartan365.msu.edu and downloaded Office applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook), are provided to students while they attend the university and to faculty and staff members while they are employed by the university.


MSU Information Technology offers network consulting, engineering, and installation services for MSU departments and units on and off campus. Network services include wired and wireless network design and installation.


MSU’s campus cable television network serves university-owned department buildings, residence halls, and university apartments.


Spartan Card provisioning and troubleshooting for MSU students, faculty, staff, and affiliated persons is handled by the ID Office. A Spartan Card can be used for door and parking access, meal plans, library borrowing, recreational sports facilities access and athletic ticketing. Spartan Card acquisition and usage details can be found at idoffice.msu.edu.


The offerings for this service are for Infrastructure Planning and Facilities (IPF) staff only.


TeamDynamix is a SaaS Cloud solution that brings ITSM, ESM & Project Portfolio Management (PPM) together with iPaaS.


Elastic Storage is a storage space created by MSU IT that provides users the ability to save, access and share files among designated users.


Configuration Management is the process that focuses on operational usage, impacts to service, and logical relationships between Configuration Items (CIs).


The MSU proxy server (EZproxy) provides authentication and access to electronic resources and databases which are restricted from off-campus access.


Continual Service Improvement (CSI) aims to improve the quality of services by learning from past successes and failures.


Tableau is one of the business intelligence (BI) tools managed by MSU IT. MSU IT Data Management and Analytics employs a team of Tableau developers to both create dashboards and reports centrally as well as support local development of Tableau reports and dashboards across campus.


Virtual Desktop grants authorized students, faculty, and staff seamless access to licensed university software and applications via a user-friendly online portal at vdi.msu.edu.


Workstation Management Services (WMS) offers hardware support to academic and administrative units. WMS partners with each unit to find the right level of support based on different environments and needs. WMS provides front line in-person and remote support to keep MSU-owned devices running smoothly throughout its the entire life cycle.


Colocation allows MSU departments to place their existing servers in a rack in the MSU IT Data Center. This service provides a high level of security of university data and IT assets, and can optimize server storage and overhead costs for departments and the university.