Chief Information Officer, Office of
UND’s use of information technology (IT) is dynamic, pervasive, and is provided for all campus members; students, faculty and staff. Services include; Enterprise Services – Application Administration, Programming, and Web Development, Integrated Services, Technical Services – Database Development, Network Services, Production Control/Operators, and Server Administration, and Telecommunications. These service areas provide high quality, reliable and timely services for unified communications, web content management system, security, wireless and wired network, server administration and data storage. In collaboration with the office of the Vice President for Research, staff provide cyber infrastructure — high performance computing, related storage, visualization facilities and necessary support and consulting.
Telecommunications (www.telecom.und.edu/) in Carnegie Hall provides telephone services and support of the campus cable plant to the university community. Telephone services include: dial tone, telephone repair service, long distance, voicemail, cellular phones (faculty and staff), video and audio conferencing and campus emergency phones. Training and assistance with telephone etiquette and effective use of services is also provided.
UND also receives services through the North Dakota University System-System Information Technology Services (NDUS SITS). NDUS SITS provides UND with Campus Solutions, Finance and Human Resources (Oracle PeopleSoft) administrative systems, Wimba interactive video systems, wide area network resources, ODIN library services, and facilities and housing management systems.