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CU Boulder has already enabled many, but not all, of the G Suite applications for use by campus. As new applications release, or as users find current applications that have not already been enabled, users may ask to have them enabled for use. The Office of Information Technology (OIT) accepts requests to enable additional applications. Requests for additional applications are reviewed on a case by case basis. The following describes the process for requesting the enabling of an additional application, how OIT determines if the application can be enabled, and summarizes applications that have already been reviewed and not enabled.
Many G Suite applications are already enabled and ready to use. Please review the full list at on OIT's Application Description page.
If you are aware of a Google App you would like to have enabled, please contact the IT Service Center at email@example.com or 303-735-4375 (5-HELP from a campus phone). Please include the following:
Many factors go into the decision for enabling a new Google App for use by CU Boulder. There is no guarantee that OIT will be able to turn on a new application. Here are some of the considerations OIT makes to determine suitability:
The requirements and intended use for each Google App are unique and must consider all of the issues prior to deciding the suitability for use by CU Boulder.
In the summer of 2014, CU Boulder created an IT Services and Applications Accessibility (ITSAA) project to make rapid progress towards improving accessibility compliance. The project will include the assessment, documentation, and remediation of accessibility considerations of the CU Boulder G Suite environment. Until the already enabled CU Boulder G Suite meet the deadlines and goals of the ITSAA project, requests for enabling additional G Suite will be delayed until after the accessibility efforts conclude.
Information about the IT Services and Applications Accessibility project can be found via the Moving ahead on ADA technology issues message to campus from Larry Levine (Associate Vice Chancellor for Information Technology and Chief Information Officer) and Robert Boswell (Vice Chancellor, Office of Diversity, Equity and Community Engagement).