Vice-Provost & Associate Vice-President (Information Services & Technology)

About Us

The Office of the Vice-Provost and Associate Vice-President (Information Services and Technology) leads the development, evolution, and implementation of a long-range information and communications technology and security plan for the university.

Our key duties include:

  • ensuring the effectiveness of IT systems and services on campus;
  • protecting the university's computing and information assets while complying with applicable regulations, laws, and policies;
  • understanding and articulating the key IT issues facing the university; and,
  • participating in all major IT initiatives undertaken by the university.

We are committed to advancing teaching, learning, research, and administration with the latest technological developments.

Start a Project

Anyone interested in pursuing an IT initiative at the university should first consult the IT governance toolkit. Along with an explanation of the proposal intake and prioritization process, the toolkit contains the opportunity proposal form, privacy and security evaluation, and software as a service (SaaS) checklist.


Portfolio Overview

The Vice-Provost and Associate Vice-President (Information Services and Technology) portfolio consists of two key units that create the information and communications technology framework of the university.

Information Services and Technology (IST)
แอด ไลน์ รับ เครดิต ฟรี 100 บาทInformation Services and Technology (IST) is the central, on-campus support for technological services and solutions. Among other tasks, IST manages the university wireless network (UWS), CCIDs, USRI student ratings, and enterprise applications like Bear Tracks and PeopleSoft. Read IST's 2017 Annual Report.

Chief Information Security Officer (CISO)
แอด ไลน์ รับ เครดิต ฟรี 100 บาทThe Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) oversees the university’s efforts to protect its computing and information assets and to comply with applicable regulations, laws, and policies. The CISO provides guidance in areas like encryption, email and phishing, and mobile security.

แอด ไลน์ รับ เครดิต ฟรี 100 บาทIT Governance
IT Governance provides strategic leadership and establishes institution-wide IT priorities and policies in accordance with the University Strategic Plan. It defines the strategic, operational, and technical decision-making processes necessary to ensure innovative, efficient and effective use of information technology, at the enterprise level, within the University.

Contact Us

Office of the Vice-Provost and Associate Vice-President (IST)
2-10 General Services Building
University of Alberta

Telephone: (780) 492-9400
Email: vpit@ แอด ไลน์ รับ เครดิต ฟรี 100 บาท www.otelseotel.com

Value of IST Services

Technology is heavily integrated into the fabric of the institution connecting you to essential resources.

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Strategic Plan

Current IT Strategic Plan

Key IT Strategic Initiatives (Winter 2018 Update


Projects & Initiatives

The Office of the Vice-Provost and Associate Vice-President (Information Services and Technology) is committed to delivering IT solutions across the university. To that end, we are currently involved in the following initiatives:

แอด ไลน์ รับ เครดิต ฟรี 100 บาทCUCCIO Information Security SIG - Benchmarking Project
The University is currently participating in the CUCCIO Security SIG - Benchmarking Project.  Participating Universities use the security provider BitSight to conduct security scans to rate and rank security ratings in areas such as patch management timing, botnet infections, malware compromises, and more.

Electronic Document and Records Management System (EDRMS)
The Electronic Document and Records Management System (EDRMS) is an open platform for business critical collaboration and document and record management for documents and related records.

Graduate Studies Management Solution (GSMS)
The VP-IST and the Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research have created a collaborative program to automate the business processes concerning the graduate student life cycles within the University of Alberta.

แอด ไลน์ รับ เครดิต ฟรี 100 บาทPCI Compliance
Partnering with Financial Services, the CISO Office co-chairs the working group tasked with developing and executing the University's plan to comply with the Payment Card Industry (PCI) regulatory standard. 

Research Network Infrastructure Upgrade (RNIU)
The Research Network Infrastructure Upgrade (RNIU) is a $20M program to support and modernize the university's networks thanks to funds awarded through the Post-Secondary Institutions Strategic Investment Fund (SIF).

SupplyNet
SupplyNet is a campus wide, user-friendly eProcurement software solution run by Supply Management Services (SMS)

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Committees