Application Add-Ons Enabled at UD

An application add-on is a software extension that adds extra features to a program. It may extend certain functions within the program, add new items to the program's interface, or give the program additional capabilities. Users may see advertisements in application add-ons. UDit does not provide user support for application add-ons.

While we are advocates for innovation and collaboration, we don't want to deploy something that could inadvertently create other issues in terms of security, privacy, legal, or internal policies. Each quarter, requested add-ons will go through a brief evaluation process by campus IT staff as well as other faculty and staff as needed based on the service being evaluated (e.g., Legal Affairs, University Communications, etc.).  In addition to evaluating potential risks, we'll look at how well it integrates with existing systems, possible costs, and whether it conflicts with existing UD policies and values. 

If terms & conditions change or any of the whitelisted apps listed below are determined to pose a risk to UD data, UD may disable these apps with minimal notice.

Learn more about Add-Ons

There are add-ons available for several UD-licensed enterprise software packages. Faculty and staff can request that an application add-on be enabled within UD’s Box and Google Workspace environments.

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