OIT Software Licensing

Duke negotiates with vendors to make software available to Duke affiliates for discounted rates or, in many cases, for free. If you have any questions, comments or suggestions, please e-mail the site-license office at site@duke.edu.

Featured Products & New Additions

Stay current on new releases, patches, expirations, and other important OIT Software License news. View our blog at http://sites.duke.edu/software or subscribe to our mailing list at https://lists.duke.edu/sympa/info/oit-software-license.

  • NVivo 11 - If you want to get an edge by better understanding the explosion of unstructured data in the world today, you need NVivo - powerful software for qualitative data analysis.  NVivo 11 is available at no cost, and both Windows and Mac versions are available.
  • Windows 10 is now available!  For detailed information on Windows licensing under Duke's campus agreement, click here.
  • Microsoft Office 2016 for Mac is now available! For detailed information on Office licensing under Duke's campus agreement, click here.
  • Final Cut Pro - Duke OIT is offering a discount for perpetual licenses of Final Cut Pro. The normal price is $300, but we offer it for $150
  • ArcGIS 10.3.1- The latest version of AcrGIS is now available for no cost to Duke faculty, staff, students affiliate and emeritus.
  • Symantec Endpoint Protection 12.1.6 - The latest version is now available as a free download for Duke faculty, staff, and students.
  • PDF Studio Pro 10 - Duke's PDF Studio Pro license has been renewed, and version 10 has been released. This new version includes many new features such as PDF compression. Licenses are available for $15 each, and they expire on July 31, 2016.
  • think-cell- think-cell is a Microsoft Office add-in which integrates seamlessly with PowerPoint and helps you to visualize complex charts like Marimekko, Gantt and waterfall within minutes. Free licenses of think-cell are available for Duke students and researchers. Visit the think-cell website for more information.  With the newest update to think-cell 6, the agenda-creating capabilities of the layout component make creating and maintaining a complete agenda in PowerPoint as simple as a table of contents in a word processor.
  • New software evaluations

    Any member of the Duke community can submit a request for new software to be evaluated for use in academics, research, or IT operations. Click the link below for more information on the process.

    New Software Evaluation Requests are reviewed by the Software License Committee as options for site or volume licensing at Duke.

    Software pickup

    OIT Service Desk: The Link - Perkins Library
    E-Mail: help@duke.edu

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