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Productivity and Collaboration

Centrally maintained productivity and collaboration tools support project management, workgroup communication, issue tracking, time reporting, system testing, and quality assurance.

The Build a Meeting Room service selects and installs equipment to allow video conferencing or data sharing in an existing meeting room, enabling better collaboration with remote or onsite team members.

Confluence (by Atlassian) is a wiki tool used by project and production support teams for collaborating on requirements, posting project or individual status, publishing  environment links, and much more.

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.

Nolij is a web-based document imaging and management solution used by departments to electronically collect, store, and manage business files online.

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.

The Stanford Web Forms Service is available to Stanford affiliates with a full service SUNet ID to make contact forms, short surveys and polls, instructor evaluations, and other forms free of charge. No knowledge of HTML, JavaScript, or SQL is required.

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.

Jabber is a comprehensive communication and collaboration tool that's easy to use, reliable, and secure. Jabber includes instant messaging, video chat, and a softphone, among other things. 

JIRA by Atlassian is the issue-tracking tool used by AS and our clients for tracking bugs, enhancements, tasks, and change requests related to both production support and new system development.

Jabber is a comprehensive communication and collaboration tool that's easy to use, reliable, and secure.

Email distribution services allow you to set up a mailing list addressed as listname@lists.stanford.edu. You can manage lists via a web-based tool that allows you to view your lists, request new lists, add/remove members, approve subscription requests, and change list properties.

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.

See Request Tracking (HelpSU/Remedy)

A centralized request-tracking system (Remedy) is available to interested support groups. Publicly known as HelpSU, web portals are provided for the campus community to submit requests.

The Room Support Service provides technical support and maintenance for conference and collaboration rooms built by University IT, other Stanford University departments, and third parties. The service does not include most classrooms.

The Shared Scientific Facilities Management (SSFM) system is a web application that provides Stanford researchers and outside institutions a centralized marketplace and billing system for scientific services and equipment available on campus.

Smartsheet is a popular online project management/collaboration tool.

The Qualtrics survey tool is an easy-to-use, full-featured, web-based tool for creating and conducting online surveys.

Stanford's video conferencing options include online solutions to host and join video conferencing meetings and onsite solutions to create your own meeting room, get technical support for your meeting room, or get technical support and equipment for a video conferencing event.

The Video Conferencing Event Support Service provides video conferencing equipment and support for your event.

The WebEx service lets you schedule, host, and attend video conferencing meetings.

The Zoom service, Stanford's recommended video conferencing tool, lets you schedule, host, and attend video conferencing meetings.