Hardware and Software

 

 

ALL requests for hardware and software upgrades on Media Services or School of Communications non-linear workstations, studios and suites must be presented to the Director of Media Services and the Desktop Technical Services Director for approval.

if you experience any malfunctions of Media Services non-linear workstations you should fill out a trouble report / work order giving as much detail of the problem as you can using the University's on-line work order system, on-line at,

http://www.webster.edu/technology/service-desk/work-orders/index.html

then choose "Technology".

Only software licensed to Webster University can be installed on any Media Services non-linear workstation. All unlicensed (rogue)software will be removed immediately without question.

Licensed software or utilities may not be copied, reproduced, removed or transferred from workstation to workstation.

No third party software or utility may be installed on any studio/suite workstation.

The use of the internet on production computers is strictly prohibited.

Media Services needs to be aware of any outside equipment that may be installed in any production, postproduction, studio, suite or workstation for any reason.

Media Services and the School of Communication will not be responsible for any project stored on any hard drive or non-linear editing machine.

Violators of the software and hardware installment policy will be subject to punitive actions.