Software is available from many different sources at ASU. Some is site licensed and free for use by everyone, some is available at a reduced price, and some is available through remote access. For the licensed software, please read the agreement terms since some software has restricted usage and specific terms that must be adhered to.
ASU-owned computers connected to the Fulton domain with the SCCM client have access to download a number of programs.
To download Available software through SCCM
Windows 7 – go to start Menu -> All Programs -> Microsoft System Center -> Configuration Manager -> Software Center
Windows 10 – go to start menu -> Microsoft System Center -> Configuration Manager -> Software Center
The following links provide information about what software is managed by Engineering Technical Services
- ETS Software List (List of software, locations, availability, who manages and other useful information)
- ETS Software Page
Go to My ASU and select My Apps for a number of commonly used programs provided by ASU.
- Exceed 10 (downloadable)
- Mathematica 8 (downloadable for ASU-owned systems used by faculty/staff)
- Solidworks Education Edition
- And many more
Microsoft Developer Network Academic Alliance (MSDNAA)
All FSE faculty, staff, and students have access to the MSDNAA, which provides many Microsoft products free of charge (for instructional use).
Software Security Assessment
ASU requires that the department purchasing and implementing any software and/or technology implement appropriate security controls to safeguard data and university assets. This Self-Assessment is to be completed by each purchaser of hardware and software (including cloud software, SaaS, and software that is downloaded via the internet) that will be installed or used on ASU’s network (Technology).
The purpose of this Assessment is to ensure the safety and security of ASU’s network and data. Each of us at ASU is responsible for the security of ASU’s computer system, and we are individually responsible for any technology that we install or use. ASU purchases over 3,000 different types of software every year.