Export Controlled Research (ITAR, EAR)

Export Controlled Research includes information that is regulated for reasons of national security, foreign policy, anti-terrorism, or non-proliferation. The International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) and Export Administration Regulations (EAR) govern this data type. Current law requires that this data be stored in the U.S and that only authorized U.S. persons be allowed access to it.

Frequently Used by: 

Faculty
Staff
Students
Researchers

Category: 

Sensitive

Examples: 

  • Chemical and biological agents
  • Scientific satellite information
  • Certain software or technical data
  • Military electronics
  • Nuclear physics information
  • Documents detailing work on new formulas for explosives

M+Box Core Apps: 

Not Permitted

M+Google Mail and Calendar: 

Not Permitted

M+Google Drive: 

Not Permitted

M+Google Sites, Talk, Groups, Tasks, Classroom: 

Not Permitted

M+Google Additional Services (Non-Core): 

Not Permitted

UMHS Exchange Email and Calendar: 

Not Permitted

CTools: 

Permitted

Wolverine Access: 

Not Permitted

MiDatabase: 

Permitted

MiServer: 

Permitted

Desktop Virtualization (VDI): 

Permitted

TSM Backup: 

Permitted

MiWorkspace: 

Permitted

Sitemaker: 

Not Permitted

Virtualization as a Service (VaaS): 

Permitted

Value Storage: 

Not Permitted

Mainstream Storage: 

Permitted

Data Warehouse: 

Permitted

ITS Exchange Email and Calendar: 

Permitted

Desktop Backup (Powered by CrashPlan): 

Permitted

Personally Owned Devices (phone, tablet, laptop, etc.): 

Not Permitted

Flux: 

Permitted

MiShare: 

Permitted

M Cloud Amazon Web Services (AWS): 

Not Permitted

Globus: 

Not Permitted

MiVideo: 

Not Permitted

M+Box Additional Apps (Non-Core): 

Not Permitted

M Cloud - Amazon Web Services GovCloud: 

Permitted

Qualtrics: 

Not Permitted

Digital Signage: 

Not Permitted

eResearch: 

Not Permitted

Blue Jeans Video Conferencing: 

Not Permitted