Manage Data & Documents for Staff & Departments
Services & Technologies
This service provides professionally-managed database environments. OIT systems and database administrators manage the infrastructure, operating system, hardware, database software, backups, and security.
Create, store, and securely share files online, and collaborate with others on group projects.
Scan or import documents so that you can easily and securely control the workflow of documents according to your business process.
Enterprise Data Warehouse Administration
The enterprise data warehouse (EDW) and legacy data warehouse provide a centralized repository for consolidated data across multiple enterprise systems, which can be used by staff and faculty at all levels to support operational and strategic deci
Enterprise Web-Based Reporting
Access central reporting and analytics tools that provide pre-built reports, data visualizations, and dashboards, as well as the ability to create your own reports and dashboards using data in the Enterprise Data Warehouse (EDW).
Linux Server Hosting
This service provides professionally managed Linux server environments, including management of the infrastructure, operating system, storage, network, backups, security, and patching.
Self Managed Server Hosting
This service provides hosting infrastructure-as-a-service (IAAS) free of charge to University faculty, researchers, and departments.
Source Code Management
Access source code management tools used to track and share code.
Cloud Storage Services
Secure, collaborative, and cloud based storage
Surveys & Polling Software
Collect information from a variety of audiences and enable students to provide feedback through course evaluations.
Web Hosting for Departments
Post your unit's content online. Web developers from your unit manage their own content. We monitor performance and web traffic to maintain high levels of quality and performance.
Windows Server Hosting
The managed Windows server hosting service offers University faculty, researchers, and departments the use of University-owned and supported Windows servers.