MyPC is the leading web based computer booking solution which provides complete control over shared computer resource usage. Widely used within education and public libraries to manage computer access, MyPC allows users to view computer availability and make online reservations via a computer, tablet or smartphone.
Compatible with: Windows | Mac | Citrix | VMware | Novell
Choose the site and location of your booking via computer, tablet or smartphone
Choose the preferred computer you would like to book and check if it is available
Choose the date, time and duration of your booking and confirm your reservation
MyPC offers many booking methods including self-service (walk-up and advance), booking with staff and queuing. MyPC also features a block booking facility for staff and students.
MyPC allows you to optimises resource utilisation and make efficient use of computers in all sites and locations. You can see at a glance which computers are available and you can plan for future procurement based on real usage data.
MyPC messaging facility allows staff to communicate with users remotely, removing the need to physically approach the user avoiding the possibility of confrontation.
MyPC has a wide range of reports to help you identify and capture computer utilisation and user booking statistics. MyPC also reports on faulty computers allowing you to pinpoint resources which cause downtime in your organisation.
MyPC allows you to view availability and filter computers with the necessary hardware and software you require. MyPC has a spreadsheet look and feel, allowing for easy point and click booking.
MyPC provides you with complete flexibility to configure the types of booking methods you wish to implement to suit your organisation. MyPC works with most major platforms, web browsers and also supports multiple languages.
Make booking and administration easy for staff and users. MyPC features a spreadsheet look and feel allowing for easy point and click booking. MyPC also features a simple booking interface for kiosks, iPhones, Android devices and tablets.
MyPC integrates with your library management system to inform users of their library fines and outstanding items helping you to get books back on time and recover costs.
MyPC allows you to show computer availability to users by displaying a live screen indicating which computers are free to use. MyPC also features a live queue monitor so you can see when your computer session is due. The MyPC API allows organisations to develop and customise their own availability monitor screen.
MyPC is 100% web based making administration, booking and reporting simple to access. MyPC also features automated reports allowing you to specify the information required and the people who receive it. These reports can be emailed daily, weekly or monthly and accessed from anywhere.
MyPC Maps is a web based optional add-on module designed to work in conjunction with the MyPC resource state API. MyPC Maps provides a simple way to design and present a floor plan of your chosen site(s) to clearly illustrate the location and availability of your bookable PCs. MyPC Maps will show which PCs and Macs are In Use, Reserved, Available and Not Available all in a colour coded format. Scrolling maps can also be set up to reflect multiple maps of different locations on the one screen.
iTS has worked closely with the developers of the leading print management solution, PaperCut MF, to provide public libraries with an integrated print and copy solution. For public library computer systems this integration removes the need to use the PaperCut MF popup client for authentication and ensures that the library patron logged on to the PC (via the MyPC client) is charged for their print jobs. This integration also permits users to utilise their library management system credentials to logon to multi-functional devices, kiosks, value loaders and the PaperCut MF portal. If the library charges for PC usage MyPC can also offer an optional Charging Module which together with the PaperCut MF integration allows users to pay for PC usage using the funds in their PaperCut account.
MyPC has definitely revolutionised the way we run our open access computing. Both students and staff got used to the system very quickly, and the benefits have been enormous. MyPC’s policies and settings are easily customised, and most are under the direct control of the administrator.
MyPC was chosen after an extensive research period by a group of staff looking at IT provision for the new City Library. The group looked at various products on the market, but the features of MyPC including usability and specific booking functions led to the library choosing it ahead of others.
MYPC does everything that we need it to as it is very flexible and versatile for the different things that we use it for. I don’t think that there is anything else available like it to make life easier. We can now offer a combination of self-booking, walk-up and staff booking services for student access to PCs whilst retaining our overall control over this service. This has reduced queues and boosted our customer satisfaction ratings.
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We have compiled some answers to your questions about MyPC in our extensive knowledge base; if you find that your question is not answered here then please don't hesitate to contact us.ITS FAQs
3rd Apr 2020
We are delighted to announce the MyPC Chromebook Client for Public Library environments is now available.
27th Mar 2020
Do you use Terminal services in your public library with users connecting to the shared server desktop and wish to offer computer reservations?
25th Oct 2019
We are pleased to announce the release of MyPC 188.8.131.52 which introduces two enhancements.