Campus Agreement For Endpoint

[Shenzhen, China, August 9, 2018] Huawei announced that it has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Ivanti, the company that combines IT and security operations to better manage and secure the digital desktop to mark their collaboration in the field of the campus network. As part of this statement of intent, the two sides will join forces to develop ideal endpoint security solutions for campus networks and meet the security and service requirements of enterprise users. (PLEASE NOTE THAT SERVER PRODUCTS are not included in the Campus Agreement) Please note that we have not included Visio or Visual Studio.net add-on options from cost reports. These must be acquired as individual licenses under the Select Plus agreement. Huawei and Ivanti`s innovative joint solution combines the management of enterprise user breakpoints. Huawei will use IvantiĀ® Unified Endpoint Manager and Endpoint Security for Endpoint Manager to improve governance and control of the Huawei CloudCampus access control system, which provides user group management policies. In this way, users can obtain the necessary access rights on any device without compromising compliance. The resulting benefits include a consistent user experience, consistent usage policies, reduced administrative costs, and increased efficiency in information technology management. For more information on the UBC Campus Agreement, check out our list of frequently asked questions below. If you have any questions about the campus agreement, you can contact the IT Service Center. The latest versions for the above products can be used for free, as they are covered by campus agreements. The campus agreement is renewed every year in September.

This means that software under the campus is allowed on all university machines and to work from home for employees. However, there is no provision for student use, although students can access the software on the @UCL Anywhere management desktop and on OWA via Office 365. Due to concerns about inappropriate distribution and copying of software, the university is required to closely monitor the process of managing its localization licensing software. It is the responsibility of university technicians to maintain an adequate level of supervision of software distribution and installation. The Campus Agreement software must be installed by the department`s IT administrators/technicians to ensure that the software is installed on the department`s own computers/devices and to ensure license compliance. As a result, no keys and volume license media are made available to end users for campus agreements. For support or to request the installation of software on own UBC computers/devices, please contact your IT services group. In addition, Huawei CloudCampus relies on a multi-layered open architecture. This architecture makes it possible to be open to the campus network at all levels, to all services and in all scenarios, from chips and network devices to the controller.

Using this open architecture, Huawei has actively engaged in four major areas of cooperation: the network infrastructure ecosystem, the sector application ecosystem, the terminal access ecosystem, and the network management ecosystem. . . .