Microsoft Office 365 at Saint Louis University
Saint Louis University, with guidance from University faculty, staff, students, physicians and researchers, is moving faculty, staff, and graduate student email and calendar services to Microsoft Office 365.
Office 365 will ensure SLU's email and calendar services -- particularly those involving personal health information -- are protected by contractual assurances.
Many other universities of SLU’s size and complexity are using Microsoft systems, including Duke, Washington University in St. Louis, and Johns Hopkins -- all of which also have major health care enterprises.
"It is exciting to join this group of universities and learn from their successes. In aligning ourselves with our peers and sharing in their best practices, SLU is free to move forward and mature as a leader in the industry. Most importantly, moving to Office 365 will better protect health information when communicated through University email and calendaring."
David Hakanson, vice president, chief information officer, and chief innovation officer.