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If you are using the computing facilities of the University of Cambridge University Information Services (UIS) you might first want to have a look at the general information provided elsewhere on this site.

On this page we have put together a list of sites, mainly outside Cambridge, that you might find useful as sources of further information:

Apple Computers UK Ltd

Non-commercial Software

Commercial Software Companies

  • Adobe - including info on Acrobat, Dreamweaver, Illustrator, InDesign, PageMaker, PhotoShop
  • EndNote
  • FileMaker - Info on Filemaker and Bento
  • McAfee - info on Endpoint Security for Mac
  • Microsoft (Mactopia) - info on Microsoft Office for Mac
  • SPSS - info on SPSS for Mac

Where to buy Apple products

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New email address policy: an update from the Chair of the Information Services Committee

5 May 2022

This update from Professor Andy Neely was sent directly to Cambridge staff by email on Thursday 5 May 2022. Dear all, As Chair of the University’s Information Services Committee, I wrote to you in December 2021 with news about a new University policy on the allocation and management of email addresses. This relates to all...

We’re thinking creatively as part of Learning at Work Week – are you?

4 May 2022

Join us and start thinking creatively to enhance your work and problem-solving skills as part of the national campaign, Learning at Work Week from 16 to 20 May.

Wireless access point rental charge increases for 1 August 2022

3 May 2022

We’ve published details of the University Wireless Service’s access point rental charge increases, which will come into effect on 1 August 2022. We hope this helps institutions that rent access points from us to adjust their budget projections accordingly. Worldwide silicon chip shortages and growth in logistical costs...