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.

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Successful Expansion of Facilities Boosts Computing-based Research

Aug 12, 2014

Plato, a group of computers designed to work on research problems in parallel, got a big boost in capacity last month, essentially tripling the amount of research that can be done in a given period of time....
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Beware of Social Media Impersonators

Jul 31, 2014

The world of social media is full of possibilities and has changed the way we communicate and obtain information. At the U of S we follow the university's guidelines when using social media accounts (e.g. Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn) for services around campus. These accounts are created to keep ...
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Guide for Usask on Anti-Spam Legislation

Jul 07, 2014

On July 1, 2014, Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL) comes into force. This message is intended to answer common questions about how this affects the university and our various stakeholders and to provide you with resources for additional information....
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