End-Point Computing

CTS provides workstation management and network support to its partners on-site and via remote assistance.

Desktop backup is a simple and worry-free way to protect important files. Backed up data is stored in a secure, remote location for safekeeping, making it easy to restore lost data. Backups are available for purchase by FSU departments, and all FSU students and employees are eligible for desktop backup on personal devices at a discounted price.

Digital Signage enables departments on campus to share information through digital displays and an interactive experience.

ITS provides primary file storage for departments. This storage is provided through enterprise class network attached storage.

A Sponsored Guest/Vendor Account gives unofficial university affiliates access to specific network and computing resources.

Software from leading vendors such as Adobe, Microsoft and IBM-SPSS is available for purchase at substantially discounted prices.

myFSUVLab allows any student or employee 24/7 remote access to our campus computer lab software by any Windows, Mac, and supported mobile device from any location with internet.

Historical FSU Data resides at Northwest Regional Data Center and are accessible through a provisioned login ID. These applications are primarily administrative, and are most frequently accessed via FSU's online transaction system know as CICS. Mainframe-attached printers must also be defined in order to print such items such as official transcripts.

Office 365 is a cloud-based suite of productivity tools—including email, calendaring and group collaboration—powered by Microsoft and free to use for Florida State University students, faculty and staff.

Bomgar is a remote support solution that enables you to remotely access and fix nearly any device, running any platform, located anywhere in the world.

Student Computing Support offers discounted software support to students for personal computers, tablets and mobile devices

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