Virtual desktop and applications are currently provided in a digital workspace (known at Tufts as VDI) for teaching, research and general-purpose computing needs.
Identity Finder is a software suite that can help locate sensitive information, such as credit card or social security numbers, on a computer.
Parallels Workstation allows users to run multiple operating systems on a Windows or Linux PC simultaneously.
SecureCRT is a terminal emulation product for Windows computers that provides secure, encrypted login and data transfer.
Trend Micro Titanium Antivirus (Personal Use) software, which protects computers from viruses and malicous spam, is available to faculty, staff, and students for personally-owned computers at a discounted price.
Tufts AnyConnect is a robust application that provides valid Tufts users with secure remote access to the Tufts network that closely resembles an on-campus computing experience.
VMware products, which allow users to run multiple operating systems or applications on the same computer, are available to Tufts faculty, staff, researchers and students through the VMWare Academic Program.