UIT Student Employee Program participants are embedded in the departments listed below.
Business and Analytics
Business Intelligence (BI)
BI is all about making better decisions by analyzing data – a discipline made up of several related activities, including online analytical processing, data movement and management, querying and reporting.
Enterprise Architecture ensures that the design concept of an information system aligns with the U’s enterprise IT architecture.
The Event Management Team monitors equipment and services used around campus and make the information available to those who need it. This effort empowers UIT with useful web-based analytics, dashboards, reports and notifications.
UIT Project Management oversees large IT-related projects and organizes involved parties to help complete the work. Projects range from software and website development to IT security and infrastructure.
Unified Communications entails voice (phone), email and calendaring, secure messaging, voice- and web-conferencing, cable television, and collaboration services to the U and U Hospitals/Clinics.
Network Operations Center (NOC)
The NOC’s mission is to ensure that every person on campus and in the hospitals and clinics has a functioning internet connection. The NOC Team manages switches, routers, firewalls, etc., to keep users connected and resolve connectivity issues.
Pathway Engineering refers to the work of Fiber and Copper Teams that install the physical pathways that keep all of the U connected.
The Virtualization team creates virtual versions of operating systems, servers, storage devices and network resources.
Campus Web Services (CWS)
CWS provides the U and affiliates with innovative, secure, accessible web solutions utilizing the latest technologies for technical and non-technical personnel.
This team is one of the key website service providers for the University, overseeing website content management tools and support services for a variety of U departments and organizations.
The UMail Team is charged with keeping the University email system operational and secure, in addition to overseeing large transfer events like the recent migration of student UMail accounts to O365.
CHPC provides high performance data resources and support for big data, big data movement, data analytics, security, virtual machines, Windows science application servers, protected environments for data mining and analysis of protected health information, among other things. The super-computers at the CHPC fuel a lot of the research done by the University.
ISO protects the confidentiality, availability, and integrity of University's information technology systems and data.