• Services relating to authentication, access, role-based provisioning, etc.

  • Maintaining backup infrastructure, and offering tools for clients to backup and restore data

  • A collection of machines meant to support general-purpose computing.

  • A collection of hosts meant to support the computing requirements of CS courses.

  • Maintaining physical data centres, including planning and strategy for data centre management

  • Provisioning, hosting, and administration of databases

  • Support for email services on campus.

  • Removing broken and damaged computing equipment

  • Advice and purchasing support for computing equipment.

  • Front-line support for any Information Technology needs in Computer Science.

  • Monitoring Information Technology systems and services

  • Network access via wired or wireless network within the School of Computer Science

  • Support for printing within Computer Science

  • Information Technology requirements for planning and implementing space renovations in Computer Science

  • Provisioning, hosting, and administration of servers, physical and virtual

  • Maintaining software repositories, and software installation.

  • Back-end technology and services for server storage, database backups, etc.

  • Computer Science undergraduate teaching labs

  • Services that support teaching: assignments, exam submission and marking, teaching evaluations, etc.

  • Infrastructure for websites and web services, as well as consulting on web technologies.