Software site licenses [glossary: site licensed software] enable you to get many software packages at a fraction of their usual costs. Campus Stores Computer Center, CITES, and even colleges and departments can establish University of Illinois site licenses for software, so there is no single source of information to refer to when you are looking for software. The following links point to the primary sources of site licensed software on campus, and may help you when looking for a particular package or software for a particular platform.
Software Sources From CITES
University of Illinois WebStore
Site licensed software offered at a discount or for no charge to university faculty, staff, and students.
Contains software tools that clean personal computers infected with viruses or spyware. You can pick up the Anti-virus CD at the CITES Help Desk
CITES Academic Technology Services
Supports server-based online courseware products for the campus, including Illinois Compass 2g. These services do not require end-users to install any specific software.
Unix operating system & application software
Available from the CITES Systems Management Groups for workstation owners who are members of applicable software license programs. The Encap Archive offers applications for a number of Unix/Unix-like operating systems in Encap package format.
CITES Software Development Server
Offers software packages developed by CITES
Links to Software Sources Outside of CITES
Database software and related products; available from AITS
Quick Links for Popular Software
Get the most recent anti-virus software and updates from the U of I WebStore
Secure Shell software
Online Survey Tools
Survey tools licensed by the University of Illinois
Related CITES Services
Site Licensed Software
Negotiates for best prices on site-licensed software and assists in negotiations for departmental licenses and resource sharing purchases by groups. For more information, email email@example.com