The University of Utah has signed a five-year campus-wide software agreement for Qualtrics CoreXM, an online survey tool for collecting and analyzing data for a variety of purposes – including academic research, market research, customer satisfaction and loyalty, product and concept testing, and website feedback.
The University of Utah has purchased a one-time, 12-month Oracle Java subscription license that covers Oracle Java product use by all of University of Utah campus and UHealth organizations. The 12-month subscription was purchased in order to give university organizations time to migrate to alternative no-cost Java products for in-house and vendor-provided software. University IT leaders strongly urge system administrators to migrate to alternative no-cost Java products as soon as possible, no later than May 2020.
University organizations must follow a new approval process in order to purchase, lease, develop or otherwise acquire enterprise software. The approval process includes completing the current version of the university’s technical Request for Proposal (RFP) document; gaining approval from the appropriate university IT governance committees; and completing a three-year Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) form, which must be approved by both the cognizant dean/administrative director and the University CIO