Endpoint Engineering and Development (EED) aims to improve client experience with devices and applications at Stanford.
Stanford Mobile is the official mobile app of Stanford University, where Stanford students, staff, faculty, alumni, parents, and friends connect to essential information on The Farm. The app allows you to explore campus dining options, upcoming events, featured news stories, campus and shuttle maps, and more at your fingertips.
Add Mobile Key to your phone and your phone becomes your digital key card. Through secure, encrypted technology, Mobile Key makes it possible to use your phone in lieu of your physical Stanford ID card to open doors on campus.
Jamf lets us manage and secure Apple devices in a way that meets the needs of modern and mobile users — to address IT problems, improve security, and configure devices on the backend so that you can work with minimal to no interruptions. What's more, its on-demand app catalog empowers you to get the resources you need when it's convenient for you.
Cardinal Keys reduce or eliminate the need to use your SUNet ID and password for web-based logins and eliminate the need to use your username, password, and two-step authentication for VPN connections.
EED provides a facilitated installer to make Cardinal Key configurations easier.
Have you ever wondered what Stanford Mobile enhancements are on the horizon? Or what features just came out in the latest release? Our roadmap outlines our upcoming updates and strategic priorities so you know where we are heading.