Idea Portal

The Digital Transformation Office (DXO) supports and facilitates the digitalization journey for TUM employees. We welcome everyone’s ideas, requests, and input regarding the digitalization of processes, tasks, and activities.
You can submit ideas on digitalization via the idea portal, where you can also see the current status of your idea based on the status icon.

When you share your ideas with the DXO, we carefully analyze them, considering their potential impact and any associated risks. Our goal is to find ways to seamlessly integrate these ideas into our existing architecture and processes. We also explore opportunities to align them with ongoing projects or licensed products, leveraging synergies for greater efficiency and effectiveness.

Collaboration and communication are fundamental to our approach. We work closely with all organizations, workgroups, and key individuals involved in digitalization efforts at the central and decentralized levels within TUM. By engaging with a wide range of stakeholders, we ensure that our digital transformation efforts are comprehensive, inclusive, and reflective of the diverse perspectives and expertise within the university.

The DXO is committed to supporting you on your digitalization journey. We are here to listen, provide guidance, connect you with the right stakeholders, and help bring your ideas to life. Together, we can drive successful digital transformation and unlock the organization’s potential for innovation and growth.

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SAP Transformation started

Since January 2024, TUM has started its SAP S4/HANA transformation. This is not just an upgrade but the redesign of all administrative processes at TUM. Employees can learn about the project status in our wiki (TUM login required).
Confluence Migration

Confluence Migration

In response to recent Atlassian licensing changes, we have migrated our Confluence platform to BayernCollab.

Digital.Campus Bayern learning platform available

Digital.Campus Bayern is an initiative of the Bavarian State Ministry for Digital Affairs.
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IT security task force established

As of August 1, 2023, TUM has appointed a new task force for IT security, which will handle all IT security issues.
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TUM Guideline for the use of AI

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The use of AI-supported processes / algorithms and AI-supported tools is steadily increasing. Ki and data protection are not mutually exclusive.

TUM Research Data Hub starts its work

The TUM Research Data Hub is the central point of contact for TUM researchers and partners in all matters of research data management (RDM), following the TUM guidelines for handling research data. Our service portfolio includes consulting, training, networking events, infrastructure solutions, tools, and handouts for all phases of a research cycle.

Grammarly available for all TUM members

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Starting May 2023, Grammarly is available to all members of TUM.

TUM Idea Portal online

The Digital Transformation Office (DXO) supports and facilitates the digitalization journey for TUM employees.
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Zoom – Migration to Telekom tenant

TUM has extended its contract with Zoom for another year, switching to the new contract partner Telekom.
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