State of the art email for Pitt students, faculty, and staff.
Microsoft's unified communication and collaboration tool for Pitt students, faculty, and staff.
Get critical information in the event of an emergency from voice, text, or email channels.
Our Enterprise Digital Signage service helps University departments create and manage their own digital signs.
The hardware and software that is central to the University's presence on the Internet.
The Pitt Mobile App offers essential Pitt information & services from your smart phone or tablet!
Get news, updates, and more from University departments by text or email.
Telephone, voice messaging, and conferencing services.
Voice mail messages are delivered to your University email address as an audio file attachment.
Bulk mail is a unique category of email. Some people consider it spam; others do not.
The University is in the midst of implementing Salesforce as an enterprise relationship management service.
Learn why email messages sent through email marketing services are likely to be quarantined.
University employees get discounts on cell phone service.
DocuSign is an e-signature and workflow solution. It allows you to send, sign, and manage documents electronically.
Students can enter their emergency contact information during the account activation process.
Keep these numbers handy in case of an emergency.
Some faculty and staff have chosen to remain on the University's legacy Webmail (IMAP) service.
Use Mailman to manage electronic mailing lists.
Use My Pitt to share news and ideas about a common topic with other Pitt students, faculty, and staff.
Add a personalized email alias to your existing My Pitt email address.
CSSD provides telephone and voice mail to the University community.
Learn more about phone lines and features are available to faculty and staff.
Phone models and types for faculty and staff.
Extend calls from your University telephone to your mobile phone.