A modern new email platform for the Secretariat, powered by Office 365 and Outlook; replaces Lotus Notes.
Enables staff to share content and create communities facilitating collaboration across boundaries, and even with external partners.
A programme to protect the United Nation’s data, resources, and reputation, as we store, process, and share more and more sensitive information electronically, preventing breaches is paramount.
Provides a centralized, secure and scalable repository for all records and document types of the United Nations.
Unite Identity is an application that allows UN personnel to log into various systems using a single user ID and password.
Provides internal storage that is accessible outside the United Nations network from anywhere in the world. Staff can access and share files from – home, on mission, at an event, etc.
The self service portal uses eForms for all ICT service requests, providing transparency & accountability through ticket tracking.
A suite of online services, applications and tools to support United Nations' conference management.
A global standard for fuel planning, consumption and inventory control, as well as analysis and reporting of fuel resources in UN field missions
A single, global, standardized solution to manage food supply operations in field missions.
Simplifies reimbursement for equipment, personnel, and self-sustainment support services in missions.
A platform where the United Nations and external partners in the area of ICT can exchange ideas, learn from one another, and contribute by taking on challenges.
Unite Analytics brings together tools for finding, analyzing and visualizing data to support evidence-based decision making.
An enterprise search tool that gives staff the ability to search content across the Organization via web and mobile interfaces.
Unite Labs facilitates innovation across the United Nations Secretariat to find solutions to complex challenges by connecting UN staff to resources, ideas, external partners and each other.
Unite Open Source aims to break down barriers to technology innovation through open source governance, communities and collaboration.
Allows participants to join a meeting anywhere via bridge lines, phone conferencing and audio teleconference equipment in a simple, cost-effective and time-saving manner.