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Horizon: Software in the Cloud

Whether you are on or off campus, using a PC, Mac or mobile device, you can access UNCW software through Horizon. This is a secure, private cloud for the UNCW campus community.

Horizon includes updated versions of the most commonly used applications in both stand-alone and desktop form. Students, faculty and staff can enjoy these features from a Web browser, or they may download the Horizon client (recommended) and can also download the app on their mobile devices. The Horizon client has been installed in computer labs around campus and is available for faculty and staff to download in the Software Center. 

Software currently available in Horizon

The software you see in Horizon is dependent upon licensing and groups. Click below to reveal the list of software. 

If you need access to software that you don’t see in Horizon, please submit the Horizon Issues, Questions & Installations request and indicate what software needs to be added. 

  • Software currently available in Horizon
    • Access
    • Adobe Acrobat DC
    • Anconda
    • ArcGIS
    • ArcGISPro
    • Audacity
    • Azure Data Studio
    • EMS (Event Management System)
    • Excel
    • File Explorer
    • FireFox
    • Ghostscript
    • GIMP
    • Google Chrome
    • Google Earth Pro
    • IBM SPSS
    • InkView
    • InkScape
    • Internet Explorer
    • InfranView
    • KaleidaGraph
    • JMP Pro (UNCW desktop)
    • LC3 (UNCW desktop)
    • Maple
    • Mathematica
    • Matlab
    • Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio
    • Notepad
    • Notepad ++
    • OneNote
    • Outlook
    • Office 365
    • Powerpoint
    • Project
    • PSFTP
    • PsychoPy3
    • Publisher
    • Putty
    • Quickbooks
    • R and R Studio
    • Remote Desktop Connection
    • SAS
    • SAS Enterprise Guide
    • SAS IML Studio
    • SAS ODS Graphics Editor
    • SAS Studio
    • Scribus
    • Spyder (Anaconda)
    • SQL Server Management Stu
    • Visio
    • Visual Studio
    • VLC Media Player
    • VNC Viewer
    • WinSCP
    • Wireshark
    • Wolfram Mathematica
    • Word
    • Zotera