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Apps and Services for students 

  • Student Managed Desktop
  • Integration with University Onedrive
  • Integration with DS Print
  • Integration with Institutional File Store
  • Mathematica
  • Matlab
  • SPSS
  • AMOS
  • StataMP
  • Google Chrome (no other web browsers will be added)
  • Adobe Reader
  • Microsoft 365
    • Access
    • Excel
    • OneNote
    • Publisher
    • Powerpoint
    • Word
    • Outlook
  • Microsoft Teams
  • 7-Zip
  • Notepad++
  • Adobe Creative Cloud (license required)
  • Microsoft PowerBI (license required)
  • Microsoft Visio (license required)
  • Microsoft Project (license required)
  • AutoCAD (Dpt of Architecture only)
  • Revit (Dpt of Architecture only)

Remote App Versus Desktop

Remote Apps are the most efficient way to open an app. However, some apps are not designed to work in this way so can only be accessed by opening the Desktop first.

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Your University GoogleDrive: 20GB quota limit from December 2022

19 January 2022

Google is replacing its G Suite for Education model licensing model in October 2022. As a result, there will be a new limit of 20GB on personal GoogleDrive spaces provided with G Suite@Cambridge accounts. If your GoogleDrive usage exceeds 20GB after 1 December 2022, your University account GoogleDrive will become read-only until your usage is brought below 20GB.

Moodle offline for upgrade during 06:00–12:00 on Tuesday 11 January

10 January 2022

Moodle will be unavailable from 06:00 to 12:00 on Tuesday 11 January while we upgrade it to version 3.9. During the upgrade, you won’t be able to view or upload sessions on Panopto because access is managed via your Moodle login. Assessment Moodle, ICE Moodle and Clinical School Moodle users will be unaffected. An outline...

HEAT authentication method changing to Azure on 13 January

7 January 2022

We're changing the authentication method for the IT service management system, HEAT, to Microsoft Azure on Thursday 13 January 2022. What is changing? You should continue to use the same URL for accessing HEAT: However, the 'Sign in' screen you'll be directed to will look slightly different,...