Eracent End Point Analyzer

University of Miami Information Technology (UMIT) affirms the principle of academic integrity and the privacy of our users. Our actions are governed by the University's Use of University Computing Facilities and Use of Electronic Communications policies, as well as state and federal laws.

Centrally-managed computers have a software package called Eracent End Point Analyzer, which collects hardware and software inventory information such as the age of a computer, the memory installed, the speed of the processor, and what software packages are installed. This enables us to track more than 18,000 computers across the University of Miami campuses, identify computers that need to be replaced, and potentially negotiate group licenses for popular software packages. Eracent End Point Analyzer will be used for no other purpose except under the conditions described in the University's Use of University Computing Facilities and Use of Electronic Communications policies.

For FAQs, please click here. If you have any additional questions, please contact UMIT Communications at itcomms@miami.edu.

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