The IT Services Department is one of the main service departments within the University and the services it provides underpin many of the academic and non-academic activities of the University.
IT Services is part of the University's Professional Services.
To provide those high-quality computing, networking and support services that are necessary to enable the University to fulfil its corporate mission and academic departments to meet their objectives.
The IT Services fact sheet contains a number of interesting statistics relating to the systems used at Sussex.
Autumn 2012 fact sheet (PDF)
IT Services staff work in the following groups:
Client Services who provide information, support and training to the staff and students who use IT Services. Staff in this group also support office computers for academic and professional services staff, the PCs and printers in cluster rooms and audiovisual equipment in general teaching space.
Corporate Information Systems comprises the Business Applications team (formerly BIS) who support the University's information and administrative procedures, and the databases that underpin these, the Projects & Business Analysis team who provide support and management to IT Services across its portfolio of projects and services, and the Learning Systems team who provide the virtual learning environment for the University and develop the audiovisual technology.
Infrastructure Services who are responsible for the design, development and day to day operation of the campus network, central data storage and related services, the design and deployment of staff and student workstations and the provision of external connectivity.
Updated on 07 November 2012