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MCCA First 19/20 Quarterly Purchase Opportunity

UC's MCCA agreement includes the ability to make additional mid-term purchases with a minimum order volume.  Orders for the first MCCA quarterly mid-term purchase are due by Tuesday, September 20, 2019.  If your department needs to acquire new/or additional licenses under the MCCA at this time, please complete an ONLINE ORDER no later than Wednesday, September 20, 2019 by visiting the Software Central Store and signing in with your UCLA ID to place the order.  Fulfillment by SHI will take place on October 1, 2019.

MCCA Second 15/16 Quarterly Purchase Opportunity

UC's MCCA agreement includes the ability to make additional mid-term purchases with a minimum order volume.  Orders for the second MCCA quarterly mid-term purchase are due by Wednesday, December 9, 2015.  If your department needs to acquire new/or additional licenses under the MCCA at this time, please complete an ONLINE ORDER no later than Wednesday, Wednesday, December 9, 2015 by visiting the UCLA Software Central Store and signing in with your UCLA ID to place the order.  Fulfillment by SHI will take place on or about

Zoom Critical Update

Please be advised that there is a critical Zoom update that addresses the zero-day vulnerability for Mac users.  We recommend that all Zoom users update their Zoom software.  

The update/patch will:

1. Remove the local web server entirely, once the Zoom client has been updated –  Zoom is stopping the use of a local web server on Mac devices. Once the patch is deployed, Mac users will be prompted in the Zoom user interface (UI) to update their client. Once the update is complete, the local web server will be completely removed on that device.

Zoom Licenses Updated to 300 Participants

Both Zoom Pro and Basic licenese now allow up to 300 participants in a meeting.  Please be aware that the 40 minute time limit on Basic accounts has not changed.

Tell us your IT Needs - Survey Deadline 11/30/16

We want to hear your voice on technology products and services needed to support the work and learning of faculty, staff and students. UC IT and Procurement leaders are working in collaborative teams to prioritize and negotiate UC-wide technology contracts for IT products and services.  Negotiating UC-wide for technology products and services provides better pricing, more security, privacy and accessibility protections, and greater access across the UC system. 

Adobe Acrobat ETLA for 19/20 Enrolling Now

All current participants in the Adobe Acrobat ETLA received their renewal notices for the 7/25/19-7/24/20 period on 5/13/19.  If you were expecting that email and do not find it please contact Software Central so that we can resend it to you.  If your department is not currently participating in this agreement now is the time to join.

Google Cloud Platform Agreement Signed by UC

A new UC wide agreement for Google Cloud Platform (GCP), including Business Associate Amendment (BAA) for both GCP and G-Suite, was signed at the end of March.

We are beginning to analyze the ordering processes, so please check back for more information.

Update on Adobe Acrobat Agreement

Adobe has dropped traditional serialized number licenses in favor of a new “named-user” model for all its products. This change will affect all Software Central orders for Adobe Acrobat.

Together with IT Services, we are in the process of developing and implementing Adobe’s Named Users licensing model for UCLA’s almost 12,000 Adobe Acrobat licensees.

Windows 10 Announcement

August 2018 - Microsoft has released Windows 10. With Windows 10, Microsoft is giving users greater choice in how they receive new features with the introduction of a long-term servicing branch (LTSB) and a current branch (CB) options.  Visit this link for an explanation and graphic.

MCCA contacts listed on the departmental records may request links from SHI. The UCLA Campus KMS (Key Management Server) is ready to activate all editions of Windows 10.

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