The Axis Camera software provides clients with the ability to monitor, record, and download video footage from the numerous network cameras on campus. Each installation of the cameras are maintaned by Lab Support Services, Information Technology.
Users must have a Windows 7 Enterprise 64 or 32Bit version operating system. Users who have MAC OSX computer systems will be required to purchase a copy of a Windows 7 license to allow Lab Support Services to install Windows Virtual Machine onto the MAC OSX computer system. This is to ensure compliance with our University's Microsoft Agreement. You may purchase a Microsoft Windows 7 license by visiting our authorized software vendor at http://cdwg.com/flit.
Obtaining the Software
*Note:* Users must have a valid Florida Tech TRACKS account and be authorized to use the software. For more information, please contact the Technology Support Center.
Scott Center for Autism Treatment / Psychology Department
The Scott Center and Psychology Department use the Axis Camera clients to record sessions of clients during therapy sessions. All footage is stored securely on an on-site server and is restricted to only staff access. All recordings abide by all standards and policies set forth by HIPAA. For more information, please visit http://www.hhs.gov/ocr/privacy/.
Information Technology Computer Labs
All Information Technology multimedia classrooms, computer labs and open-computing lab utilize video recordings to monitor patron access and equipment. Periodically, Information Technology uses the footage to locate specific individuals or parties. All videos are restricted to staff of I.T. and cannot be viewed or access outside of the department. Cameras used in these facilities are not for security. Lost or missing items cannot be retrieved from Information Technology via the Axis software. All stolen property must be reported to Florida Tech Campus Security Department at x8111 or by visiting http://www.fit.edu/security/
Support requests can be forwarded to the Technology Support Center for processing by visiting their hompage at http://www.it.fit.edu.
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