Computer software is available through a variety of suppliers pre-approved by the Purchasing department. UB also has some university-wide licenses that are available for departments at no charge or for a nominal fee.
Review the software available for download to UB-owned computers for faculty and staff.
You must be the administrator of your computer to install most software. Contact your departmental IT support staff to install this software.
Review the software available to order from UB for UB-owned computers and find out how to order it.
Microsoft products not covered under the Microsoft Campus Agreement can be purchased by faculty and staff for UB-owned computers.
UB participates in the SUNY Cumulative Licensing Program (CLP). The SUNY CLP Agreement #4400463657 is valid until 11/01/2017. All Adobe titles are available through Logisoft, a recommended software supplier, and will be priced under this agreement. If you decide to purchase Adobe from another supplier, please provide the SUNY CLP Agreement number to obtain the best pricing.
Logisoft Computer Products has a UB customized on-line store for academically priced software. The most commonly purchased titles are in the storefront, including the Adobe CLP products. Logisoft sells academic-priced software from over 50 companies such as Parallels, Adobe, Avid, Absolute, Corel, TechSmith and more.
For products not found in the store contact email@example.com or call 888-564-4763.
Most manufacturers fulfill your license order electronically through the licensing portals or download sites. The end-user (licensee) on the license order receives access. If your IT Node staff installs your software the license may need to be put in their name. Check with your IT staff prior to ordering.
UBIT has information about the purchase of software for your personally owned computer.
Procurement Services is not responsible for the information provided by UBIT about personal purchases. Direct all inquiries to UBIT.
When in doubt, find out! Consult with our purchasing
agents for advice.
All procurement activity is subject to periodic audit to monitor compliance with policies and procedures.