SALLIE (Stanford ALL-Image Exchange) is Stanford’s campus-wide system for managing and sharing digital assets (photos, videos, and other files) used in communications.
Document and Digital Asset Management
Services include digital asset management (Cumulus/SALLIE), file sharing and document management (Box), electronic document storage and imaging (OpenText), and multiple use tools such as Google Apps at Stanford.
Digital signature software offers an alternative to paper based forms. Instead of completing and signing forms by hand, digital signature software allows users to complete and sign forms electronically.
UIT offers enterprise-level solutions for securely storing different types of documents online. These range from simple storage and collaboration solutions to those that provide advanced features that let you quickly locate, display, and share files, as well as automate regulatory compliance requirements. If you want to convert paper documents to electronic documents that can be stored online, a UIT representative will met with you to discuss your individual needs and offer advice about scanning paper files and storing those digital files online.
OpenText Enterprise Content Management allows you to manage all unstructured content, such as documents, emails, images, and rich media files in one unified platform, from creation to archive.
Stanford provides document management and collaboration through a partnership with box. com. Box is an easy-to-use platform that is integrated into Stanford's infrastructure.
G Suite provides faculty, staff, and students with access to Google document management, groups, and sites. Undergraduate students who already have Google mail accounts, plus some schools and departments, can access their @ stanford email and calendar via G Suite.
See G Suite (formerly Google Apps @Stanford)
The Media Storage service fills the needs of a post-production video editing workflow. The service is a complete shared-storage solution that supports collaboration across Linux, Windows, and Mac OS X operating systems while supporting the broadest range of applications.