Web Tools encompasses applications offering the ability to build websites with broad features and functions, access to the campus portals, support request system, and announcements tools. (Not all applications are listed below)

Content Management System (CMS) - Acquia 
Acquia Cloud Site Factory, running on Drupal, Content Management System provides a more robust, feature-rich, easy-to-use web solution to eligible sites across campus. The main features Acquia CMS brings are: mobile responsive websites, modern look and feel, a variety of content types, and group manager controlled user accounts with various roles.

Content Management System (CMS) - OmniUpdate 
The OmniUpdate Content Management System allows campus units to develop and maintain timely and relevant web resources as well as develop a common and consistent method of displaying content on the internet. OU gives campus constituents access to a library of page templates, and makes web editing as simple as using a word processing program. Technical staff retain the ability to develop complex and dynamic web solutions, while others gain the ability to maintain their websites.

R'Space / R'Web Portal
The campus portals are a one-stop-shop for all your campus needs. From campus announcements and spotlights to your full list of authorized applications, the campus portal allows users to customize a dashboard to best suit their daily campus needs. 

ServiceNow is an enterprise application that provides a robust suite of applications to automate and streamline IT and business unit operations. ServiceNow is accessed through a web-based interface that can be easily configured to adapt to a variety of workflow and processes. Additionally, all application support documentation, tips and tricks can be viewed from the ServiceNow Knowledge Base. 

Scotmail Daily Digest 
The Scotmail Daily Digest Tool compiles the many separate, daily Faculty & Staff Scotmail messages into one easy-to-read message sent out once per day. Faculty and Staff members will automatically receive the daily digest. Students and external UCR affiliates can elect to receive the digest by subscribing to it.