Information and Communications Technology comprises computing technology (computers, servers, storage systems, peripherals), communications technology (networks, phones) and associated applications and software.
The ICT portfolio encompasses a broad spectrum of activities to ensure that the ICT environment meets the needs of the broad university community, that the investments and decisions we make align with the strategic directions of the university and that we appropriately manage risks.
New Chief Information Officer and Associate Vice-President, Information and Communications Technology
Feb 05, 2014
The university welcomes Mark Roman as the new Chief Information Officer and Associate Vice-President, Information and Communications Technology (ICT) effective March 1, 2014....
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Jan 28, 2014
Today Canada, along with many countries around the world, is celebrating Data Privacy Day – an international effort to empower and educate people on the impact technology has on our privacy rights and the importance of controlling our digital footprint and protecting personal information.
Jan 16, 2014
Have you ever wanted to learn new software, design or business skills to enhance your personal or professional goals but don’t have the money for expensive courses? U of S faculty, staff and students now have the opportunity to fully access thousands of unlimited, free tutorials