Information Technology

Administrative Software


Any software installed on TMCC computers must be licensed. Our preference is that the IT Customer Service install all software to preclude problems with the software or computers in the future.

Recommended Software

The following list outlines software the IT Help Desk recommends for various day-to-day administrative uses/tasks. If you wish to use software not listed below, please contact IT Customer Service.

Type of SoftwareName of Software
Document Imaging Singularity
Flowchart Microsoft Visio
Note: Individual departments are financially responsible for the purchase of individual/group licenses for the list above. Software for which TMCC is licensed or that is installed on TMCC's administrative computers is listed below.
Type of SoftwareName of Software
Anti-Virus Symantec Anti-Virus Corporate Edition
Database Microsoft Access 2013
Email/Document Management Google Apps for Edu
Graphics Design Microsoft Publisher 2013
Internet Browser Microsoft Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome
Mainframe Access QWS 3270 Secure (when requested)
Operating System Windows 7 Enterprise
Optical Character Recognition OmniPage Pro (when requested, only for use with Xerox scanners)
PDF File Reader Adobe Acrobat Reader 11.X
Presentations Microsoft PowerPoint 2013
Spreadsheet Microsoft Excel 2013
Thin-Client Access Citrix ICA Web Client
Unzip Program Built into Windows 7 Enterprise
Word Processor Microsoft Word 2013
Add-in's Adobe Flash, Adobe Shockwave, Java
Players iTunes, Quicktime, CyberLink PowerDVD (included with Dell hardware), Microsoft Silverlight
CD/DVD Burning Roxio

College News

Alumni Association Introduces the “Biggest Little Street Faire”

New event will raise funds for first-generation TMCC students.

Phi Theta Kappa Chapter Attains Five Stars

Officers of TMCC's Alpha Pi Gamma are elected to Calif./Nev. regional posts.

Calendar of Events

Spring Job Fair and Networking Event

Wednesday, April 16
Student Center, Dandini Campus

Lunch with Legends: Religion and Politics in Modern Society

Wednesday, April 16
RDMT 256, Dandini Campus