Cisco AMP can only be used on university-owned systems at no cost. Cisco AMP is available for Windows, macOS devices, and certain versions of RedHat/CentOS. The Information Security Office considers Cisco AMP one of the most effective malware protection tools on the market and has seen marked improvement from campus units that have deployed it. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the UT asset tag number, serial number, and make/model of your device so IT staff can verify the device is owned by the Electrical and Computer Engineering department.
Immunet Free Antivirus (highly recommended by the ISO for non-UT systems)
This product provides realtime antivirus protection that is light, fast, and can also be compatible with existing security products.
Sophos & Avast (Mac)
For personally owned Mac computers, the free online Sophos or Avast anti-virus software is recommended.
Download Sophos at www.sophos.com.
Download Avast at www.avast.com.
The University of Texas at Austin has licensed MATLAB, Simulink, and 23 companion toolboxes for the campus under the MathWorks Total Academic Headcount (TAH) license.
Students: For instructions on downloading, installing and activating MATLAB on personally owned devices, start here. Once you have arrived at the University MATLAB page, click on the Students tab at the top of the page and you will be prompted to enter your EID and password for access to the instructions.
Faculty and Staff: This also includes TAs, RAs, or anyone else affiliated as an employee. For instructions on downloading, installing, or activing MATLAB, please email email@example.com. Please let us know if this is a personal or UT device so we can provide the appropriate instructions. If this is a UT owned device, please provide the UT asset tag number, make/model of the device, and the name of your advising professor.
Microsoft Azure Dev Tools for Teaching (formerly Microsoft Imagine)
The Azure Dev Tools for Teaching grants access to Microsoft platforms, servers, and software developer tools. This software may be installed on UT Engineering departmental compute devices and is available for Engineering faculty, staff, and students to install on personally owned computers for instructional and research purposes.
- Make sure you have a UTMail account with an @utexas.edu address (https://utmail.utexas.edu)
- Go to https://azureforeducation.microsoft.com/devtools and click "Sign-In"
- At the Sign-In screen, enter your UTMail address, click "Next" and this should direct you to a UT Login page
- Use your UT EID (not email) and password to log in
Microsoft Office 2016
Current students can access Microsoft Office 2016 via the Office 365 Portal using your EID and password. Once downloaded and installed, students will continue to have access to Office until graduation.
Faculty and staff can obtain Microsoft Office 2016 via the site license share for university-owned devices and can also use the Office 365 Portal to install applications on personal devices. Access will be available to these applications while employed at UT Austin. For assistance with downloading and installing Microsoft Office 2016, please visit the online help documentation or contact firstname.lastname@example.org
LabVIEW and Multisim for UT owned and personally owned computers are available for Windows, macOS (limited), and Linux (limited).
The department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) participates in the VMware Academic Program and can grant access to certain WMware products such as VMware Fusion and VMware Workstation. This software may be installed on ECE departmental lab machines and is available for ECE faculty, staff, and students to install on their personal computers for instructional and research purposes only.
To access the software library, proceed to request a VMware Account.
The Cockrell School of Engineering participates in a University System licensing arrangement to provide Mathematica software to UT owned and personally owned computers of Faculty, Staff, and Students. Visit the Wolfram portal to get the latest release of Mathematica.
Note: it is recommended that you use your @utexas.edu email address to create your account