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  • ITS created and maintains one of the earliest web portals in higher education, NYUHome. It continues to be one of the most extensive in the world.

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Information Technology Services (ITS) provides technology-based services and support for NYU students, faculty, staff, and administrators throughout the Global Network University. ITS works closely with Global Technology Services (GTS) to ensure that services are available at global locations, and with the CIO Council to coordinate services with NYU schools and departments.

ITS connects people to people, to their work and studies, and to the information, training, and technical resources they need to achieve their goals. ITS staff and resources support a broad spectrum of University activities.

Service is ITS' central focus and concern. Here, in brief, is who we are and what we do:

  • .edu Services
    Services in support of research, scholarship, and instruction, including: NYU Classes, High Performance Computing, and Data Services; computer labs - virtual and physical - and ResNet services; Web, NYU Google Apps, NYUHome, and identity management (NetIDs and single sign-on).
  • Communications & Computing Services
    Operation, management, evolution, and security of NYU's large-scale technology infrastructure, providing telephone and data network services and computing resources supporting a wide range of essential, computer-based University services.
  • Enterprise Computing & Support Services
    Application development and support for University enterprise administrative systems, including: Student Information System (SIS), Albert, HRIS/PASS, fame, Advance, Data Warehouse, Brio, and Workflow applications; and application security services.
  • Office of the Vice President for Information Technology & Chief Information Technology Officer
    Client services for the NYU community, including: IT Service Desk, Desktop Support, and mobile support; service management and ServiceLink support; IT policy and compliance; application performance; and finance and facilities support.

Page last reviewed: July 15, 2013