IT1000-M – Google Apps Usage

The University of Tennessee, on behalf of its Martin campus, provides faculty, staff, and students with a suite of Google Apps electronic services to support the educational, research, and public service missions of the University. The University provides Gmail, Calendar, Drive and Docs, Hangouts, and other services through a contract with Google that is offered through the Google Apps for Education program.

Any additional services (apps) offered by Google or their partners and accessible through the UT-affiliated account (such as YouTube) are not governed by Google’s agreement with the University of Tennessee, nor does the University of Tennessee endorse such services. Each additional service is governed by terms and conditions associated with the services offered by Google or directly by the service provider. Users are responsible for reviewing the Terms of Use frequently to ensure ability and willingness to comply with all applicable terms. The University of Tennessee is not responsible for user compliance with these additional terms.

Google Apps shall not be used in dealing with Protected Health Information (PHI) or other materials and information covered by the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA), the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), or other data privacy regulations. Google Apps is simply being offered as an additional technology option for working with non-protected information. Please contact your security liaison or college/department IT representative for more information.

IT1000-M – Google Apps Usage
Version: 3 // Effective: 06/08/2020
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