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Desktop Computing Services

Service Category: Desktop Computing Services

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Service Description

Staff Desktop and Laptop Services

 

Provision of a managed networked desktop or laptop computing device, Windows or Apple Mac. Configured with a current, standard, operating system, applications, accounts, and settings.

Student Computing

 

Computing facilities for students at the Plymouth campus which are provided in open access areas, teaching rooms and laboratories. Rooms are equipped with managed, networked desktop computing devices, Windows or Apple Mac. Some areas have space for use with user’s own laptops.

Software Services

 

Known as the University Wide Software Service (UWSS), Plymouth University maintains a collection of all of centrally-distributed applications. Each year, this service is reviewed and updated to ensure it continues to meet the University’s needs.
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Modified 09/11/2016
Author: Sharples, Nick