Academic Systems

Course management system for faculty and students, offering tools and features in support of teaching, learning and collaboration, including a syllabus, discussion boards, online assignments and tests.
Online collaboration space for faculty, staff and researchers. Guests may access sites without a UNI.
Columbia University online course evaluations are run and managed on the CourseWorks platform.
CUIT offers Turnitin as a plagiarism detection tool for written assignments and papers.
CUIT offers the Qualtrics survey platform as a paid service to schools, departments, institutes or individuals for academic, administrative and research purposes.

Accounts and Access

Management of the physical access system for Columbia University's campus buildings and rooms. CUIT supports users of the Lenel OnGuard system: ID Centers, Residence Halls Operations, and Public Safety.
Access to departmental file sharing and personal network folders via the Alpha domain.
Accounting and Reporting at Columbia (ARC) user account creation, deletion and management of privileges.
A centralized process for the managment of Columbia University's identities which can be leveraged by other services to manage roles and privileges.
Multifactor Authentication (MFA) with Duo provides another layer of security to Columbia's web authentication service for selected applications and customers who deal with sensitive data.
University Network ID which is a unique account used to provide access to Columbia University's systems and services.
Online searchable listing of Columbia University population.
People at Columbia (PAC) user account creation, deletion and management of privileges.
Student Information Systems (SIS) user account creation, deletion and management of privileges.
A central authentication and authorization (single sign-on) for Columbia University services and partner web applications.
Provides Columbia University students and affiliate institutions the ability to submit photos online for their ID cards.

Administrative Systems

Support and development for platform to facilitate budgeting process for Columbia University.
Development and delivery of standard reports used by schools and departments across the University in Finance, HR, Labor Accounting, and Student Administration.
Facilitate and provide schools and departments ​with ​t​h​​e tools needed for self-service reporting, standard dashboards and analytics. ​Secure data access is also provided.
Facilitation of posting of transactions and depositing of cash through cashier management.
Classroom scheduling for standard and electronic classrooms on the Morningside Campus, using the R25 application.
Facilitates monitoring of federally mandated effort distributions on projects, as well as, the required annual certification of effort.
Management of critical business documents in a controlled and secure environment. Features include document import/scanning, updating, indexing, and records management.
DocuSign is a secure cloud service that provides electronic signature technology for the signing of documents and the creation of signature and approval workflows to increase the efficiency of your business processes.
Management and administration of Columbia University's Accounting at Columbia (ARC) system that includes operational support, enhancements, and third-party application integration development.
Management and administration of the FinSys Security Administration system, including operational support and enhancement.
Application development and support for HR, Payroll and Benefits teams.
Tool for entry of time cards and time sheets for support staff, casual and union employees.
Technical support of Columbia University's financial aid processing.
Management and administration of Columbia University's Student Information System (SIS), including operational support, enhancements, and third-party application integration development.
Management and administration of Columbia University's Student System Online (SSOL) including integrations, including operational support, enhancements, and third-party application integration development.
Transaction generation facilitating the taxation of employee tuition benefits.

Cloud Services

Submit a request to create a new AWS account through the University’s enterprise agreement and consolidated billing.

Computer Lab and Classroom Technologies

Audio visual equipment provided in the electronic classrooms and conference rooms.
Public computer labs providing PC and Apple workstations as well as printing solutions located in residence halls.
Desktop computer workstations providing digital signage and customizable messaging.
Public computer kiosks for reading email, browsing the web and other Internet activities.
Printing stations for students and faculty provide document printing capabilities, print queue and print quota management.

Desktop Support

Design and configuration of standardized desktop computing platforms for a more consistent computing experience.
Procurement and management of Columbia University Information Technology (CUIT) managed computers and related items (laptops, peripherals and software) for University staff.

Email and Calendar

Email services including LionMail powered by Google and Microsoft Exchange.
Administration of the University Events calendar system.
Access and administration of group email lists for Columbia University.

IT Professional Services

The review and assesment of applications, processes and security configurations to maintain confidentiality, integrity and availability of data/information.
Management of pricing and chargebacks for all CUIT billable services.
Information Technology recruitment and consulting services provided to CUIT and other schools and departments.
Project management services for business and Information Technology initiatives.
Supporting continual process improvement, based on established best practices. Develop ServiceNow platform to facilitate automation and integration of processes.

Network and Wireless

Wired network access from Ethernet network ports in Columbia University owned and managed apartment buildings.
High-Speed access from Ethernet network ports in Columbia buildings to Columbia's network and the Internet.
High-Speed Wi-Fi network access for capable devices at most Columbia campus buildings.
Management of computer communications protocols such as Domain Name Services (DNS) and Dynamic Hosting Control Protocols (DHCP) which allow access to computer networks and the Internet.
Installation and troubleshooting of supported wireless routers in University apartment buildings.
A means to establish connectivity to Columbia's network from remote locations via tools such as, VPN clients and Citrix.

Research Services

Consulting service for researchers wishing to use Columbia-provisioned cloud accounts for research computing.
An electronic lab notebook solution for researchers, powered by LabArchives.
Embedded research computing support at Columbia research groups or centers by Columbia University Information Technology (CUIT).
Shared high performance computing (HPC).
Administrative functionality for grant proposal tracking, grant submissions, and post-award management.
Administrative functionality used to manage data related to University research compliance.

Security

Services for managing, securing and administering accounts and access for the Accounting and Reporting at Columbia (ARC) Finance program.
Services for managing, securing and administering accounts and access for the PeopleSoft at Columbia (PAC) Human Resources program.
Consultative, investigative and security advisory provided by Columbia University Information Technology (CUIT).
Training for the Columbia University community on IT Security best practices for development, compliance and education.

Servers, Backup and Storage

Providing, administering and managing database services for Columbia University.
Administration and management of server computing operating systems (OS) for Columbia University.
Standard, storage area network (SAN), and wildcard Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) certificates provided for University departments and affiliates.
Providing, administering and backing up enterprise computing storage space for Columbia University.
Backup and restoration of Windows and Macintosh computers for Columbia University.
CUIT’s Virtual Server Hosting service enables you to request and configure a virtual machine environment, including operating system, backup and disaster recovery options. The machine will be hosted and managed by CUIT, but administered by you.

Service Desk

Provisioning of a tool (Bomgar) to remotely view and control a customer's computer; used by support groups at Columbia University for troubleshooting/training purposes.
Reporting, triaging and troubleshooting of computing services provided by Columbia University Information Technology (CUIT).
In person assistance for resolving computing issues provided to the Columbia community via a walk-in center at 202 Philosophy Hall.

Software and Apps

Google services and applications to support communication and information sharing across the Columbia community.
Microsoft Office Suite software (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) made available for download by Columbia University students, staff and faculty.
Software available to the Columbia University community. Some packages must be purchased and other packages are available without charge.

Telephony and Mobile Devices

Access to the Automatic Call Distribution (ACD) call routing tool for Columbia University service desks and groups.
Access to Cable Television for Morningside residence halls and administrative buildings.
Procurement, management and administration of conference call accounts for Columbia University staff.
Procurement and management of mobile devices (cellular and smartphones) for University staff.
Training for customers on usage of desktop phones provided by Columbia University Information Technology (CUIT).
A means for faculty and staff to manage and support voicemails and broadcast phonemails.
Web based video streaming provided by Columbia University Information Technology (CUIT).
Provisioning and management of standardized phones provided to Columbia staff by Columbia University Information Technology (CUIT).

Web Services

Management of Columbia University Information Technology (CUIT) websites and catalog of services.
Management, encoding and administration of video and media files for Columbia University.
Centralized access to key administrative Human Resources and Financial applications via a web portal.
Self-service web publication system provided for faculty, staff and students - CUIT Blogs (Wordpress).
Assessment of websites and other interfaces for usability in order to provide the optimal user experience (UX). CUIT provides a usability lab for testing.
Review and management of externally developed Drupal 7 or Drupal 8 websites hosted by Columbia University Information Technology (CUIT).
Management of Java application development environments allowing application developers to build web applications.
Hosting of Columbia University web environments provided by Columbia University Information Technology (CUIT).
Indexing and searching of Columbia University websites.
Management of the lifecycle of web solutions including consultation, planning, architecture, development.
Management of defects, enhancements, patching and general troubleshooting of Columbia University's websites.
Online collaboration platform (Wiki) for Columbia University faculty, students and staff.

Academic Systems

Course management system for faculty and students, offering tools and features in support of teaching, learning and collaboration, including a syllabus, discussion boards, online assignments and tests.
Online collaboration space for faculty, staff and researchers. Guests may access sites without a UNI.
Columbia University online course evaluations are run and managed on the CourseWorks platform.
CUIT offers Turnitin as a plagiarism detection tool for written assignments and papers.

Accounts and Access

Management of the physical access system for Columbia University's campus buildings and rooms. CUIT supports users of the Lenel OnGuard system: ID Centers, Residence Halls Operations, and Public Safety.
A centralized process for the managment of Columbia University's identities which can be leveraged by other services to manage roles and privileges.
University Network ID which is a unique account used to provide access to Columbia University's systems and services.
Online searchable listing of Columbia University population.
A central authentication and authorization (single sign-on) for Columbia University services and partner web applications.
Provides Columbia University students and affiliate institutions the ability to submit photos online for their ID cards.

Computer Lab and Classroom Technologies

Audio visual equipment provided in the electronic classrooms and conference rooms.
Public computer labs providing PC and Apple workstations as well as printing solutions located in residence halls.
Public computer kiosks for reading email, browsing the web and other Internet activities.
Printing stations for students and faculty provide document printing capabilities, print queue and print quota management.

Desktop Support

Design and configuration of standardized desktop computing platforms for a more consistent computing experience.

Email and Calendar

Email services including LionMail powered by Google and Microsoft Exchange.
Administration of the University Events calendar system.
Access and administration of group email lists for Columbia University.

Network and Wireless

Wired network access from Ethernet network ports in Columbia University owned and managed apartment buildings.
High-Speed access from Ethernet network ports in Columbia buildings to Columbia's network and the Internet.
High-Speed Wi-Fi network access for capable devices at most Columbia campus buildings.
Management of computer communications protocols such as Domain Name Services (DNS) and Dynamic Hosting Control Protocols (DHCP) which allow access to computer networks and the Internet.
Installation and troubleshooting of supported wireless routers in University apartment buildings.

Research Services

Consulting service for researchers wishing to use Columbia-provisioned cloud accounts for research computing.
An electronic lab notebook solution for researchers, powered by LabArchives.
Shared high performance computing (HPC).
Administrative functionality used to manage data related to University research compliance.

Security

Consultative, investigative and security advisory provided by Columbia University Information Technology (CUIT).

Service Desk

Reporting, triaging and troubleshooting of computing services provided by Columbia University Information Technology (CUIT).
In person assistance for resolving computing issues provided to the Columbia community via a walk-in center at 202 Philosophy Hall.

Software and Apps

Google services and applications to support communication and information sharing across the Columbia community.
Microsoft Office Suite software (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) made available for download by Columbia University students, staff and faculty.
Software available to the Columbia University community. Some packages must be purchased and other packages are available without charge.

Telephony and Mobile Devices

Access to Cable Television for Morningside residence halls and administrative buildings.

Web Services

Management of Columbia University Information Technology (CUIT) websites and catalog of services.
Centralized access to key administrative Human Resources and Financial applications via a web portal.
Self-service web publication system provided for faculty, staff and students - CUIT Blogs (Wordpress).
Hosting of Columbia University web environments provided by Columbia University Information Technology (CUIT).
Online collaboration platform (Wiki) for Columbia University faculty, students and staff.

Academic Systems

Course management system for faculty and students, offering tools and features in support of teaching, learning and collaboration, including a syllabus, discussion boards, online assignments and tests.
Online collaboration space for faculty, staff and researchers. Guests may access sites without a UNI.
Columbia University online course evaluations are run and managed on the CourseWorks platform.
CUIT offers Turnitin as a plagiarism detection tool for written assignments and papers.
CUIT offers the Qualtrics survey platform as a paid service to schools, departments, institutes or individuals for academic, administrative and research purposes.

Accounts and Access

Management of the physical access system for Columbia University's campus buildings and rooms. CUIT supports users of the Lenel OnGuard system: ID Centers, Residence Halls Operations, and Public Safety.
Access to departmental file sharing and personal network folders via the Alpha domain.
A centralized process for the managment of Columbia University's identities which can be leveraged by other services to manage roles and privileges.
University Network ID which is a unique account used to provide access to Columbia University's systems and services.
Online searchable listing of Columbia University population.
A central authentication and authorization (single sign-on) for Columbia University services and partner web applications.

Administrative Systems

DocuSign is a secure cloud service that provides electronic signature technology for the signing of documents and the creation of signature and approval workflows to increase the efficiency of your business processes.

Cloud Services

Submit a request to create a new AWS account through the University’s enterprise agreement and consolidated billing.

Computer Lab and Classroom Technologies

Audio visual equipment provided in the electronic classrooms and conference rooms.
Public computer labs providing PC and Apple workstations as well as printing solutions located in residence halls.
Desktop computer workstations providing digital signage and customizable messaging.
Public computer kiosks for reading email, browsing the web and other Internet activities.
Printing stations for students and faculty provide document printing capabilities, print queue and print quota management.

Desktop Support

Design and configuration of standardized desktop computing platforms for a more consistent computing experience.

Email and Calendar

Email services including LionMail powered by Google and Microsoft Exchange.
Administration of the University Events calendar system.
Access and administration of group email lists for Columbia University.

Network and Wireless

Wired network access from Ethernet network ports in Columbia University owned and managed apartment buildings.
High-Speed access from Ethernet network ports in Columbia buildings to Columbia's network and the Internet.
High-Speed Wi-Fi network access for capable devices at most Columbia campus buildings.
Management of computer communications protocols such as Domain Name Services (DNS) and Dynamic Hosting Control Protocols (DHCP) which allow access to computer networks and the Internet.
Installation and troubleshooting of supported wireless routers in University apartment buildings.
A means to establish connectivity to Columbia's network from remote locations via tools such as, VPN clients and Citrix.

Research Services

Consulting service for researchers wishing to use Columbia-provisioned cloud accounts for research computing.
An electronic lab notebook solution for researchers, powered by LabArchives.
Embedded research computing support at Columbia research groups or centers by Columbia University Information Technology (CUIT).
Shared high performance computing (HPC).
Administrative functionality for grant proposal tracking, grant submissions, and post-award management.
Administrative functionality used to manage data related to University research compliance.

Security

Services for managing, securing and administering accounts and access for the PeopleSoft at Columbia (PAC) Human Resources program.
Consultative, investigative and security advisory provided by Columbia University Information Technology (CUIT).
Training for the Columbia University community on IT Security best practices for development, compliance and education.

Servers, Backup and Storage

Providing, administering and managing database services for Columbia University.
Administration and management of server computing operating systems (OS) for Columbia University.
Standard, storage area network (SAN), and wildcard Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) certificates provided for University departments and affiliates.
Providing, administering and backing up enterprise computing storage space for Columbia University.
Backup and restoration of Windows and Macintosh computers for Columbia University.
CUIT’s Virtual Server Hosting service enables you to request and configure a virtual machine environment, including operating system, backup and disaster recovery options. The machine will be hosted and managed by CUIT, but administered by you.

Service Desk

Reporting, triaging and troubleshooting of computing services provided by Columbia University Information Technology (CUIT).
In person assistance for resolving computing issues provided to the Columbia community via a walk-in center at 202 Philosophy Hall.

Software and Apps

Google services and applications to support communication and information sharing across the Columbia community.
Microsoft Office Suite software (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) made available for download by Columbia University students, staff and faculty.
Software available to the Columbia University community. Some packages must be purchased and other packages are available without charge.

Telephony and Mobile Devices

Access to the Automatic Call Distribution (ACD) call routing tool for Columbia University service desks and groups.
Access to Cable Television for Morningside residence halls and administrative buildings.
Procurement, management and administration of conference call accounts for Columbia University staff.
Procurement and management of mobile devices (cellular and smartphones) for University staff.
Training for customers on usage of desktop phones provided by Columbia University Information Technology (CUIT).
A means for faculty and staff to manage and support voicemails and broadcast phonemails.
Web based video streaming provided by Columbia University Information Technology (CUIT).
Provisioning and management of standardized phones provided to Columbia staff by Columbia University Information Technology (CUIT).

Web Services

Management of Columbia University Information Technology (CUIT) websites and catalog of services.
Management, encoding and administration of video and media files for Columbia University.
Centralized access to key administrative Human Resources and Financial applications via a web portal.
Self-service web publication system provided for faculty, staff and students - CUIT Blogs (Wordpress).
Assessment of websites and other interfaces for usability in order to provide the optimal user experience (UX). CUIT provides a usability lab for testing.
Review and management of externally developed Drupal 7 or Drupal 8 websites hosted by Columbia University Information Technology (CUIT).
Management of Java application development environments allowing application developers to build web applications.
Hosting of Columbia University web environments provided by Columbia University Information Technology (CUIT).
Indexing and searching of Columbia University websites.
Management of the lifecycle of web solutions including consultation, planning, architecture, development.
Management of defects, enhancements, patching and general troubleshooting of Columbia University's websites.
Online collaboration platform (Wiki) for Columbia University faculty, students and staff.

Academic Systems

CUIT offers the Qualtrics survey platform as a paid service to schools, departments, institutes or individuals for academic, administrative and research purposes.

Accounts and Access

Management of the physical access system for Columbia University's campus buildings and rooms. CUIT supports users of the Lenel OnGuard system: ID Centers, Residence Halls Operations, and Public Safety.
Access to departmental file sharing and personal network folders via the Alpha domain.
Accounting and Reporting at Columbia (ARC) user account creation, deletion and management of privileges.
A centralized process for the managment of Columbia University's identities which can be leveraged by other services to manage roles and privileges.
Multifactor Authentication (MFA) with Duo provides another layer of security to Columbia's web authentication service for selected applications and customers who deal with sensitive data.
University Network ID which is a unique account used to provide access to Columbia University's systems and services.
Online searchable listing of Columbia University population.
People at Columbia (PAC) user account creation, deletion and management of privileges.
Student Information Systems (SIS) user account creation, deletion and management of privileges.
A central authentication and authorization (single sign-on) for Columbia University services and partner web applications.

Administrative Systems

Support and development for platform to facilitate budgeting process for Columbia University.
Development and delivery of standard reports used by schools and departments across the University in Finance, HR, Labor Accounting, and Student Administration.
Facilitate and provide schools and departments ​with ​t​h​​e tools needed for self-service reporting, standard dashboards and analytics. ​Secure data access is also provided.
Facilitation of posting of transactions and depositing of cash through cashier management.
Classroom scheduling for standard and electronic classrooms on the Morningside Campus, using the R25 application.
Facilitates monitoring of federally mandated effort distributions on projects, as well as, the required annual certification of effort.
Management of critical business documents in a controlled and secure environment. Features include document import/scanning, updating, indexing, and records management.
DocuSign is a secure cloud service that provides electronic signature technology for the signing of documents and the creation of signature and approval workflows to increase the efficiency of your business processes.
Management and administration of Columbia University's Accounting at Columbia (ARC) system that includes operational support, enhancements, and third-party application integration development.
Management and administration of the FinSys Security Administration system, including operational support and enhancement.
Application development and support for HR, Payroll and Benefits teams.
Tool for entry of time cards and time sheets for support staff, casual and union employees.
Technical support of Columbia University's financial aid processing.
Management and administration of Columbia University's Student Information System (SIS), including operational support, enhancements, and third-party application integration development.
Management and administration of Columbia University's Student System Online (SSOL) including integrations, including operational support, enhancements, and third-party application integration development.
Transaction generation facilitating the taxation of employee tuition benefits.

Cloud Services

Submit a request to create a new AWS account through the University’s enterprise agreement and consolidated billing.

Computer Lab and Classroom Technologies

Desktop computer workstations providing digital signage and customizable messaging.
Public computer kiosks for reading email, browsing the web and other Internet activities.

Desktop Support

Design and configuration of standardized desktop computing platforms for a more consistent computing experience.
Procurement and management of Columbia University Information Technology (CUIT) managed computers and related items (laptops, peripherals and software) for University staff.

Email and Calendar

Email services including LionMail powered by Google and Microsoft Exchange.
Administration of the University Events calendar system.
Access and administration of group email lists for Columbia University.

IT Professional Services

The review and assesment of applications, processes and security configurations to maintain confidentiality, integrity and availability of data/information.
Management of pricing and chargebacks for all CUIT billable services.
Information Technology recruitment and consulting services provided to CUIT and other schools and departments.
Project management services for business and Information Technology initiatives.
Supporting continual process improvement, based on established best practices. Develop ServiceNow platform to facilitate automation and integration of processes.

Network and Wireless

Wired network access from Ethernet network ports in Columbia University owned and managed apartment buildings.
High-Speed access from Ethernet network ports in Columbia buildings to Columbia's network and the Internet.
High-Speed Wi-Fi network access for capable devices at most Columbia campus buildings.
Management of computer communications protocols such as Domain Name Services (DNS) and Dynamic Hosting Control Protocols (DHCP) which allow access to computer networks and the Internet.
Installation and troubleshooting of supported wireless routers in University apartment buildings.
A means to establish connectivity to Columbia's network from remote locations via tools such as, VPN clients and Citrix.

Research Services

Consulting service for researchers wishing to use Columbia-provisioned cloud accounts for research computing.
An electronic lab notebook solution for researchers, powered by LabArchives.
Shared high performance computing (HPC).
Administrative functionality for grant proposal tracking, grant submissions, and post-award management.

Security

Services for managing, securing and administering accounts and access for the Accounting and Reporting at Columbia (ARC) Finance program.
Services for managing, securing and administering accounts and access for the PeopleSoft at Columbia (PAC) Human Resources program.
Consultative, investigative and security advisory provided by Columbia University Information Technology (CUIT).
Training for the Columbia University community on IT Security best practices for development, compliance and education.

Servers, Backup and Storage

Providing, administering and managing database services for Columbia University.
Administration and management of server computing operating systems (OS) for Columbia University.
Standard, storage area network (SAN), and wildcard Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) certificates provided for University departments and affiliates.
Providing, administering and backing up enterprise computing storage space for Columbia University.
Backup and restoration of Windows and Macintosh computers for Columbia University.
CUIT’s Virtual Server Hosting service enables you to request and configure a virtual machine environment, including operating system, backup and disaster recovery options. The machine will be hosted and managed by CUIT, but administered by you.

Service Desk

Provisioning of a tool (Bomgar) to remotely view and control a customer's computer; used by support groups at Columbia University for troubleshooting/training purposes.
Reporting, triaging and troubleshooting of computing services provided by Columbia University Information Technology (CUIT).
In person assistance for resolving computing issues provided to the Columbia community via a walk-in center at 202 Philosophy Hall.

Software and Apps

Google services and applications to support communication and information sharing across the Columbia community.
Microsoft Office Suite software (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) made available for download by Columbia University students, staff and faculty.
Software available to the Columbia University community. Some packages must be purchased and other packages are available without charge.

Telephony and Mobile Devices

Access to the Automatic Call Distribution (ACD) call routing tool for Columbia University service desks and groups.
Access to Cable Television for Morningside residence halls and administrative buildings.
Procurement, management and administration of conference call accounts for Columbia University staff.
Procurement and management of mobile devices (cellular and smartphones) for University staff.
Training for customers on usage of desktop phones provided by Columbia University Information Technology (CUIT).
A means for faculty and staff to manage and support voicemails and broadcast phonemails.
Web based video streaming provided by Columbia University Information Technology (CUIT).
Provisioning and management of standardized phones provided to Columbia staff by Columbia University Information Technology (CUIT).

Web Services

Management of Columbia University Information Technology (CUIT) websites and catalog of services.
Management, encoding and administration of video and media files for Columbia University.
Centralized access to key administrative Human Resources and Financial applications via a web portal.
Self-service web publication system provided for faculty, staff and students - CUIT Blogs (Wordpress).
Assessment of websites and other interfaces for usability in order to provide the optimal user experience (UX). CUIT provides a usability lab for testing.
Review and management of externally developed Drupal 7 or Drupal 8 websites hosted by Columbia University Information Technology (CUIT).
Management of Java application development environments allowing application developers to build web applications.
Hosting of Columbia University web environments provided by Columbia University Information Technology (CUIT).
Indexing and searching of Columbia University websites.
Management of the lifecycle of web solutions including consultation, planning, architecture, development.
Management of defects, enhancements, patching and general troubleshooting of Columbia University's websites.
Online collaboration platform (Wiki) for Columbia University faculty, students and staff.

Academic Systems

Online collaboration space for faculty, staff and researchers. Guests may access sites without a UNI.

Accounts and Access

Management of the physical access system for Columbia University's campus buildings and rooms. CUIT supports users of the Lenel OnGuard system: ID Centers, Residence Halls Operations, and Public Safety.

Network and Wireless

High-Speed Wi-Fi network access for capable devices at most Columbia campus buildings.

Service Desk

Reporting, triaging and troubleshooting of computing services provided by Columbia University Information Technology (CUIT).
In person assistance for resolving computing issues provided to the Columbia community via a walk-in center at 202 Philosophy Hall.

Web Services

Management of Columbia University Information Technology (CUIT) websites and catalog of services.

Accounts and Access

University Network ID which is a unique account used to provide access to Columbia University's systems and services.
Online searchable listing of Columbia University population.
A central authentication and authorization (single sign-on) for Columbia University services and partner web applications.

Cloud Services

Submit a request to create a new AWS account through the University’s enterprise agreement and consolidated billing.

Computer Lab and Classroom Technologies

Public computer kiosks for reading email, browsing the web and other Internet activities.
Printing stations for students and faculty provide document printing capabilities, print queue and print quota management.

Desktop Support

Design and configuration of standardized desktop computing platforms for a more consistent computing experience.

IT Professional Services

Management of pricing and chargebacks for all CUIT billable services.
Information Technology recruitment and consulting services provided to CUIT and other schools and departments.
Project management services for business and Information Technology initiatives.
Supporting continual process improvement, based on established best practices. Develop ServiceNow platform to facilitate automation and integration of processes.

Network and Wireless

High-Speed access from Ethernet network ports in Columbia buildings to Columbia's network and the Internet.
High-Speed Wi-Fi network access for capable devices at most Columbia campus buildings.
Management of computer communications protocols such as Domain Name Services (DNS) and Dynamic Hosting Control Protocols (DHCP) which allow access to computer networks and the Internet.

Security

Consultative, investigative and security advisory provided by Columbia University Information Technology (CUIT).

Service Desk

Provisioning of a tool (Bomgar) to remotely view and control a customer's computer; used by support groups at Columbia University for troubleshooting/training purposes.
Reporting, triaging and troubleshooting of computing services provided by Columbia University Information Technology (CUIT).
In person assistance for resolving computing issues provided to the Columbia community via a walk-in center at 202 Philosophy Hall.

Web Services

Management of Columbia University Information Technology (CUIT) websites and catalog of services.
Review and management of externally developed Drupal 7 or Drupal 8 websites hosted by Columbia University Information Technology (CUIT).