The Campus Desktop Purchasing Program (CDPP) provides a process by which departments may purchase computer equipment. Learn more...
University departments can realize additional savings on server purchases by participating in the Quarterly Server Buy. Server orders are combined quarterly to leverage quantity and volume discounts from vendors. Learn more...
TigerTech offers an integrated technology center in Brady Commons. Desktop support technicians are located at the Tech Desk (at the back of the TigerTech store), providing a centralized and convenient service center for faculty, staff, and students. Learn more...
The Division of IT has specific minimum hardware requirements for effective use of computing resources.
|MU lifespan||1-2 years||3-4 years|
|Computer system||Macintosh: Intel Core 2 Duo 2.5+GHz
Windows: Intel Core 2 Duo 2.5+GHz
|Macintosh: Intel Core i5 Duo 2.5+GHz
Windows: Intel Core i5 Duo 2.5+GHz
|Memory||4+ GB RAM; 250+ GB hard drive||8+ GB RAM; 500+ GB hard drive|
|Networking||NIC (GB Ethernet card) or Wireless NIC (802.11 n)||NIC (GB Ethernet card) or Wireless NIC (802.11 a/b/g/n)|
|Optical/data devices||CD-ROM/CD-RW or DVD-ROM/DVD+/)RW||DVD-ROM/DVD+/-RW; 4+ GB USB drive|