Duke’s site license for Statgraphics Centurion has been renewed, and the new license will expire on June 30th, 2021.
Visit the Statgraphics page on our software site to download the latest version or get the serial number to renew the license.
To renew, simply go to help -> License Manager and press Upgrade. You will need to fill out your information and enter the serial number. Once you do this, you can request an Activation Code to be sent to you which you can use to complete the process.
A new think-cell license key is available. The new key will expire on 7/1/21. The key is available for use by Duke University faculty, staff, and students for Duke-related academic purposes only. The distribution or use of this key outside of Duke will result in a permanent loss of the software for the university.
Please visit https://software.duke.edu and browse for think-cell in order to access the key.
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.
Visit the think-cell website for more information.
Maple 2020 has been released and is now available on the software distribution site here: https://software.duke.edu/node/122
Faculty and staff may download Maple software at no cost and use it on Duke-owned and personally-owned computers for Duke purposes. Students may purchase a personal perpetual license for $35.
Maple is a powerful interactive computer algebra system that provides a complete mathematical environment for the manipulation of symbolic algebraic expressions, arbitrary-precision numerics, both two-dimensional and three-dimensional graphics, and programming. To find out about the new features included with Maple 2020 please visit:
The latest version of Windows 10 Enterprise (2004) is now available for download to all Duke faculty and staff on the software distribution site here.
Downloads are available for both 32-bit and 64-bit systems
Release notes can be found here.
In an effort to help protect faculty, staff and students working from home, Duke has partnered with CrowdStrike to pilot Falcon Prevent for Home Use, a next-generation anti-virus solution designed to protect personal computers against malware, ransomware, and other cyber threats.
Duke is offering the CrowdStrike anti-virus software free for personal computers for a limited time and on a voluntary basis. This will allow faculty, staff and students to protect their home computers using the same technology currently in place for Duke-owned computers.
Falcon Prevent for Home Use is designed to work alongside existing anti-virus solutions (such as Windows Defender Antivirus) and can be installed on multiple machines in a household. The software runs silently with no user interface or icons. If a threat is encountered, it will display a brief notification message explaining actions taken (such as a block or quarantine of a malicious action or file). Information about the threat and the action taken are shared with CrowdStrike and is made available to Duke’s IT security offices for troubleshooting or questions. No other information about the user’s machine, activities or files is shared with CrowdStrike or Duke.
Faculty, staff and students can register for the software on the OIT Software website. Once registered, users are provided installation instructions. If you have issues with the installation process, or if the agent blocks something you believe is not malicious, please contact the OIT Service Desk.
Version 17 of DNASTAR’s Lasergene Structural Biology Suite is now available on the software distribution site here. This software is available to Duke faculty, staff, and students at no cost through OIT.
Version 17 includes the new 64 bit SeqMan Ultra application and compatibility with MacOS 10.15 Catalina
For more information on the product, including new feature enhancements, please visit the vendor’s website.
Jabber Clients 12.8 for Windows and MacOS are now available for download on the software distribution site: https://software.duke.edu/node/95
OIT provides this software to the Duke community free of charge.
For more information please visit https://oit.duke.edu/what-we-do/applications/jabber
Our volume license agreement for GraphPad Prism has been renewed, and as of today, licenses purchased through OIT will expire on January 24, 2021.
Please visit https://software.duke.edu to purchase licensing through OIT. The cost of a license is $50 per computer.
Please contact us with questions at firstname.lastname@example.org
We have renewed our site license for NVivo 12. The new activation key and license information is now available on the OIT software distribution site here.
This software will expire on January 1, 2021. NVivo software supports qualitative and mixed methods research. It lets you collect, organize, and analyze content from interviews, focus group discussions, surveys, audio, social media and web pages. With NVivo you can deeply analyze your data using powerful search, query and visualization tools.
We offer NVivo 12 only. Both 32-bit and 64-bit versions are available for Windows. We also offer NVivo 12 for Mac.
You can find information on how to replace your license key here.
Microsoft SQL Server 2019 is now available through OIT’s software distribution site. Please visit the Microsoft SQL Server page to place an order for the software.
This product is available to all Duke IT staff at no cost, and may be installed on any number of Duke-owned computers on campus. SQL CALs are included as well. Non-IT faculty and staff at Duke may gain access to the Duke-licensed version of this product with approval from their IT departments.