Infused in all aspects of daily life on campus, Information Technology Services supports learning and teaching, research and creative endeavors, outreach, administration and student affairs. The Information Technology Services department functions as the university’s central IT unit, responsible for technologies and services that are used broadly across campus along with diligent IT support. ITS also cooperates with local or collegiate IT units that often offer discipline-specific services and support.
ITS employees comprise six major departmental units – Enterprise Services, Business Systems and Software Development, IT Security, High Performance and Research Computing, Digital Accessibility, and Administrative and Finance – and within those units, teams with a variety of expertise. ITS employees occupy offices in Beardshear, Durham Center, Parks Library, Administrative Services Building and Communications Building.