September 5th, 2019
Windows 10 for Education Now Available to Students at No Cost
Go to: https://arizona.onthehub.com
Login with your NetID and password
Find Windows 10 > Click on it
Add to Cart
Note: If you currently have a Windows 7 Operating System please read the important information below regarding end of support effective January 14, 2020 and what you need to do.
Microsoft Windows 7 Support Ends January 14, 2020 – Upgrade to Windows 10
Potential Risks - How does this affect you?
After January 14, 2020 Windows 7 computers will be more susceptible to malware and viruses since Microsoft will no longer addr...Read More
August 20th, 2019
Every Windows product has a lifecycle and that lifecycle ends when it no longer receives security updates or fixes, software updates, and/or technical support. On Jan. 14, 2020 Microsoft will discontinue support for the Windows 7 Operating System. Without security patches these systems will be easy targets for hackers, malware, and viruses.
Campus policy requires that devices connected to the network run software for which security patches are made available - and installed - in a timely fashion. After support ends, Windows 7 will no longer be in compliance with campus policy.
Stay tuned as mo...Read More
August 1st, 2019
University of Arizona offers a campus-wide license to MATLAB, Simulink, and companion toolboxes. Students are covered by the campus-wide license and can install software on their home or laptop computers.
New instructions are available on how to download, install, and activate the current version. Visit MatLab on Software License to learn more.Read More
May 29th, 2019
RHEL6 and RHEL7 support for the campus/enterprise agreement with Red Hat will not be renewed once it expires at the end of June 2019. Once that happens, your servers will still function, but you will not be able to get any further patches for RHEL6/7 without taking some additional steps. Read more...Read More
March 27th, 2019
EFFECTIVE APRIL 16, 2019 - ESRI to implement an update which requires users to use a Transport Layer Security (TLS)
ESRI is committed to building and providing strong security for the ArcGIS Platform and helping their customers by using the latest security protocols. They strive to implement the highest industry standards, including TLS for data integrity and network security.
To meet these standards, ESRI is making configuration information available and, where necessary, providing software updates across the ArcGIS platform to support TLS 1.2. As part of improving ArcGIS Online security, ES...Read More