Here, you can see the list of software titles available to faculty, staff, and students at low or no cost under a comprehensive agreement or bulk purchase. We also provide an online tool to help our community to manage software in compliance with laws, regulations, and licensing terms.
Before You Begin
In Japan, software products are protected under Copyright Law. Obtaining and using an illegal copy of software is a violation of the law which can put you and the university under legal liability. In addition, pirated software frequently contains a malicious program, which may leak your personal information and cause data loss. Please read the instructions below and be sure to use software products properly.
Get software programs directly from the manufacturer or through authorized distributors. Never use an illicit copy of software or unauthorized licenses obtained on the web.
Do not buy or use any cracking tools, which are used to illegally modify software programs.
Use software programs properly according to their license agreement. Illegal copying and unauthorized modifications must not be made.
Keep your software products in safe places―whether they are distributed on CD or DVD or downloaded from the web―so that they are not obtained by ineligible users.
Do not throw away your software media, license keys, and licensing terms and conditions so that you can use or read them as needed.
Managers in charge of IT devices should keep track of installed software on them regularly to make sure the products are properly used.