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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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Latest news

DS-Print: Common Balance temporarily enabled with £20 overdraft

3 October 2022

On 28 September, we withdrew eCredit for DS-Print whilst we investigated reports of users being unable to access the eCredit web portal to purchase Common Balance print credit. As a temporary measure, while a fix is implemented for eCredit in order to resolve these issues, we have enabled all users with a £20 overdraft on...

macOS Ventura release

30 September 2022

Apple will soon be releasing macOS Ventura. Following its release, they will drop support for macOS Catalina (10.15). All users running macOS Catalina are encouraged to upgrade to one of the following supported operating systems: macOS Ventura (when released) macOS 12 Monterey (compatible computers: https://support.apple...

Change to display names in Lookup from 06 October 

30 September 2022

What is happening From 06 October, UIS will be updating the Display name records in Lookup to use people’s Preferred first name initials. This supports a user-friendly move toward using everyone’s preferred names, rather than their Registered name. If you have personally set your own Display name in Lookup, you will not be...