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Apple Purchase Program
Stanford has negotiated a partnership with Apple Computer to supply pre-configured desktop and laptop bundles at specially discounted prices to faculty and staff making institutional purchases (i.e., for Stanford-owned equipment) or to students, faculty, and staff for personal purchases. If the bundles don’t suit your needs, you can still get special, low Stanford pricing when ordering from the full Apple catalog using the online stores linked from the purchase program web site.
Dell Purchase Program
Stanford has negotiated a partnership with Dell to supply desktop and laptop bundles at specially discounted prices to faculty and staff making purchases of Stanford-owned equipment or to students, faculty, and staff for personal purchases. If the bundles don’t suit your needs, you can still get special, low Stanford pricing when ordering from the full Dell catalog using the online stores linked from the purchase program web site.
Stanford Bookstore Computer Price Lists
The Stanford Bookstore Computer Store sells equipment and software to students, faculty, and staff at educational discounts. The Bookstore also provides manufacturer-authorized repair and upgrade service and can arrange for special software licenses for University departments.

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Campus Hardware Maintenance Program (CHaMP)
CHaMP, managed by IT Services, has established a centralized maintenance contract with several vendors to provide support services at a reasonable cost to the campus community. The CHaMP Program manages the administrative end of the maintenance contracts while vendors provide the on-site service. Departments and labs pay a flat monthly rate for their covered hardware, and when a covered piece of equipment requires service, participants call the vendor directly to arrange a service call.
Local Network Administrators by Department
If you are a faculty or staff member in a University department outside the Medical Center (where local network support is provided centrally), your LNA is a member of your staff who is available to provide a network address for your computer and any help you may need with network hardware and software. LNAs, in turn, receive the support and assistance they need from IT Services network operations consultants. (If you are a student living on-campus, network support is provided by an RCC Resident Computer Coordinator. See separate listing.)
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