Staff members working remotely can access software from University-owned and personal computers. Below is a list of software available for staff to install on their own personal machines along with a list of software they can access through other means, web applications, a virtual private network (VPN), remote desktop, etc.
Software downloads and web applications
Email, communication, and collaboration tools to transform the way you learn, discover, and engage with your colleagues. Includes Microsoft Teams for group collaboration and video conferencing.
The Cisco Webex suite provides web conferencing, personal meeting rooms, screen sharing, interactive training environments, large-scale online events, and integration with W-Exchange email.
Adobe Creative Cloud
Adobe Creative Cloud is a subscription-based version of the popular Adobe Creative Suite available to faculty and staff, including Photoshop, Premiere Pro, Illustrator, and more.
Office 365 for Personal Devices
Office 365 ProPlus provides desktop versions of Microsoft Office for both PC and Mac to eligible students, faculty and staff at no cost. Office 365 also provides access to mobile Office apps as well as cloud-based, online collaboration tools. These include OneDrive for Business, Word Online, Excel Online, PowerPoint Online and OneNote Online.
VPN and Remote Access
Lightweight VPN for non-IT staff, students and faculty working remotely.
Remote Desktop Access
Consult with your unit’s IT support staff (i.e. LAN Manager) to discuss remote desktop options.