Email is the primary way that written communication occurs at SPU and, as such, SPU provides users easy access to a consistent, uniform email client. Microsoft Outlook is available to all SPU faculty, staff, and students, via a web client, and is deployed to University-owned computers.
Connect your personal device (smartphone, tablet, reader, game console, etc.) to SPU's wireless network.
Sitecore— The Sitecore CMS is an enterprise content management system (CMS) built by Sitecore Corporation, used for developing and managing large and complex web properties. The system stores content in a database rather than in files and enables quick and easy management and re-use of web content. Launched in 2009, Sitecore powers modernized SPU web sites, including the SPU Home Page. The CMS is managed by University Communications who are currently working on migrating the entirety of SPU's legacy web properties into the CMS.
WiFi (or wi-fi) is the networking technology that allows users to access high-speed internet and network connections without a wired connection. Devices that commonly connect to SPU's wifi network could include video game consoles, tablets or laptops, and mobile phones.
WordPress is an online system that hosts websites and blog posts in a secure manner. It has many features such as built-in and custom website designs, syncing options for Facebook, Twitter, etc, and is easily accessible from different devices.
Zoom is a Video and Web Conferencing platform. Zoom allows online meetings (one-on-one, or small groups), instructional classroom meetings, and web conferences. This is a robust interface that easily facilitates shared screens, video, audio and collaboration features.