The CUIT Service Catalog lists the various services offered by CUIT to the Columbia University community and provides details including description, initiation information, service levels, and contact information for more information or to report problems.

Press tab below to filter services by constituency.

This CUIT Service Catalog has been launched for 2011 and is still under development and improvement. The CUIT A to Z Index of Services is still a useful guide that you should use if you are unable to locate information needed.

Your input and ideas are welcome so please email askcuit@columbia.edu

Accounting and Reporting at Columbia (ARC)

ARC is the University's new web-based financial system. It includes modules for general accounting, procurement, and project costing (tracking financial information over a project life).

Authentication Services

Authentication services include web single sign-on (using WIND), identity federation (using Shibboleth), and authentication to directories on web servers (using Pamacea).

Cable TV

100 channels of Cable TV is available in selected Columbia Morningside buildings.

Collaboration Services

CUIT offers wikis for collaboration at Columbia.
Blogs for individuals and groups at Columbia.
Collaboration environment to communicate, share documents, collaboratively edit and organization tools like calendar, membership, announcements, documents, and group work.

Course Management Systems

CourseWorks is Columbia University's online course management system used by schools at Morningside Campus (except Business and Law) and at CUMC.
Course Evaluations is a tool for evaluating courses, instructors, and TAs either at the end of the term or can be used for mid-term evaluations.
Sakai is Columbia University’s proposed next generation course management system.
Knowledge Map offers tools to develop, track, manage, and publish curriculum.
Internet-based plagiarism-detection service.
Survey tool for creating and delivering surveys to user with UNI or an email address.

CUIT Administrative IDs

The Application Security Group within CISO’s Office offers access request fulfillments and services like User access and Authorizations for University Central Systems

CUIT Computer Security Services

The CUIT Security team offers guidance and clarification to understanding Columbia University IT policies, guidelines and standards.

Delegated Identity Administration (DIA)

DIA is a web application that enables Departmental Administrators (DAs) to provision individuals.

Desktop Support

Fee based support for CUIT standard hardware and software and remote support for hardware and software on both Apple OS and Windows platforms for administrative departments throughout the University.

Directory Services

The University directory is managed by the CUIT IAM group. Services include, automated listing (delisting) to the online directory and timely publication of accurate bio-demographic information.

Effort Reporting (ECRT)

Effort reporting is the federally mandated process by which the salary charged to a sponsored project is certified as reasonable in relation to the effort expended on that project.

Electronic Document Management

Provide Electronic document storage and retrieval capabilities.

Email

CubMail is a web-based interface to your Columbia email. It provides a secure and convenient way to send and receive mail from any location using just a Web browser such as Internet Explorer, FireFox, or Safari.
Cyrus is the University's primary "free" email storage and access system, serving over 60,000 users.
A Microsoft Exchange email account is provided upon request and offers collaborative email and calendar sharing.
A variety of email client programs may be used to access your Columbia or Exchange email.
CUIT manages the columbia.edu email domain as well as a number of school, departmental and organizational virtual email domains, filtering for SPAM and viruses and routing mail to on-campus and off-campus email storage and access services.
CUIT provides tools to create and manage email distribution lists of from a few to thousands of members.
LionMail is Columbia’s new email system powered by Google. Columbia University is working with Google to provide a state-of-the-art email messaging, contacts and calendaring system for many members of the University community.

Enterprise Business Intelligence Solutions

Business Objects report delivery platform supporting the Business Objects suite of report development tools such as Crystal Reports, Web Intelligence, Dashboard Builder, Live Office, etc.

Enterprise Reporting (Legacy)

Enterprise Business Intelligence Solutions consists of DARTS (Departmental Advanced Tracking & Reporting), COB (Consolidated Operating Budget) and the Historical Data Store (Data Warehouse).

Financial Data Store (FDS)

Financial Data Store (FDS) is part of the larger University Data Store (UDS). The main source of data for the FDS is the financial system, Accounting and Reporting at Columbia (ARC), and Labor Accounting (LA).

Financial Systems (Legacy)

Financial System (Legacy) – As of July 9, 2012, a number of these applications listed below are available read only. The following FFE/FINSYS Module: Budget Tool, Cash Module Application Security and Casual and Support Staff Tme Entry.

Identity & Access Management (IAM)

IAM creates Network ID (UNI) based on the information received from the different systems of record.

Interactive Services

Design, development and maintenance interactive websites and web-applications – including Information Architecture, Web Design and building sites using a content management system.

MyColumbia Administrative Portal

MyColumbia is a web portal that centralized access to key administrative Human Resources and Financial applications.

Network & Web Application Security Tools

The CISO (Columbia University Information Security Office) Security group uses various tools for network security, web application security, and risk mitigation.

Network Access

High-speed wired network access is available in all campus buildings, most University Apartment Housing (UAH), and from remote locations via dedicated high-speed links. Wireless access is available in select areas.
The CUIT VPN service is required when you are logging in from remote locations or insecure (unencrypted) wireless networks on campus and need to access restricted administrative applications, as well as your network file shares on campus.
Dialup network allows you to connect to the University network with a dialup modem over a phone line.
CUIT provides Internet and Internet2 connectivity for the University, actively researches the latest network technology and participates in national and regional organizations including Internet2 and NYSERNet.
A Citrix Server is used for fast remote access to all your Central files and Windows applications.

People@Columbia

Provide application development and infrastructure support to the PeopleSoft HRMS Application.

Research Services

CUIT manages shared high performance computing (HPC) resources for researchers.
Research Computing Services (RCS) includes staff who act as embedded research computing support to Columbia research groups or centers.
Rascal provides management of data related to Research Administration and Research Compliance.
The InfoEd Suite of products enables faculty, administrators and staff to move efficiently through each part of the grant and contract process from proposal development to post award management.
Research Storage is a pilot service that offers centrally managed and backed-up storage to eligible researchers with moderate storage requirements

Servers and Data

CUIT provides limited hosting of servers or services in central location (co-location) with CUIT support.
Linux Apache MySQL PHP (LAMP) platform allows developers from CUIT and the Libraries build and deploy PHP-based applications that serve the larger CU community.
Apache Tomcat implements the Java Servlet and the JavaServer Pages (JSP) specifications for serving web applications written in Java.
CUIT offers free standard, SAN, and wildcard SSL certificates through membership in the InCommon Cert Service.
CUIT previously provided limited hosting of servers or services in central location (co-location) with CUIT support.

Service Desk

First level application, network connectivity, ID support and some 2nd level support services related to computer hardware, cellular phones, standard desktop software, University applications and access to University resources.

Service Now Incident Tracking (trouble ticketing) System

Software Licenses

Site licensed academic software available for purchase and distribution.
Microsoft software for download based upon eligibiltiy

Student & Public Computing/Printing

CUIT computer labs provide a combination of workstations and/or ColumbiaNet kiosks. These computing facilities provide users with valid accounts access to a range of software.
CUIT supports a number of electronic classrooms equipped with computer and projection systems, DVD/CD players, VCRs, and audio systems.
CUIT provides a number of high-speed laser printers located throughout campus.
ColumbiaNet kiosk stations provide easy access to a wide variety of campus information, electronic mail, and access to the Internet.

Student Systems

SIS, SSOL, PowerFaids, and ADOL

University Data Store (UDS)

The UDS is the repository where data from ARC, PAC/LA, Student and Historical systems is stored. Enterprise Business Intelligence Solutions supports FDS reporting, HR reporting, Legacy/HDS reporting, and SIS reporting.

Voice & Video Communications

CUIT offers mobile devices to faculty and administrators. CUIT devices include iPhones, iPads, wireless cards and select Android devices. Most devices are global capable and can be synchronized with your LionMail or Exchange account.
Interactive Intelligence, Call Processing and Automated Call Distribution
Most Morningside locations are served by the University's own telecommunications system using RolmPhones.
CUIT's NetPhone service uses Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) technology to transmit voice communications over data networks.
Support includes phone mail support, user training and phonemail broadcast.
CUIT provides webcasting setup, live links and archive links.

Web Photo Submissions

Web application allowing students of CU and its affiliate institutions to submit photos online for their ID cards.

Web Publishing

Basic hosting for group web sites at Columbia.

Authentication Services

Authentication services include web single sign-on (using WIND), identity federation (using Shibboleth), and authentication to directories on web servers (using Pamacea).

Cable TV

100 channels of Cable TV is available in selected Columbia Morningside buildings.

Collaboration Services

CUIT offers wikis for collaboration at Columbia.
Blogs for individuals and groups at Columbia.
Collaboration environment to communicate, share documents, collaboratively edit and organization tools like calendar, membership, announcements, documents, and group work.

Course Management Systems

CourseWorks is Columbia University's online course management system used by schools at Morningside Campus (except Business and Law) and at CUMC.
Course Evaluations is a tool for evaluating courses, instructors, and TAs either at the end of the term or can be used for mid-term evaluations.
Sakai is Columbia University’s proposed next generation course management system.
Knowledge Map offers tools to develop, track, manage, and publish curriculum.
Internet-based plagiarism-detection service.
Survey tool for creating and delivering surveys to user with UNI or an email address.

CUIT Computer Security Services

The CUIT Security team offers guidance and clarification to understanding Columbia University IT policies, guidelines and standards.

Directory Services

The University directory is managed by the CUIT IAM group. Services include, automated listing (delisting) to the online directory and timely publication of accurate bio-demographic information.

Email

CubMail is a web-based interface to your Columbia email. It provides a secure and convenient way to send and receive mail from any location using just a Web browser such as Internet Explorer, FireFox, or Safari.
Cyrus is the University's primary "free" email storage and access system, serving over 60,000 users.
A variety of email client programs may be used to access your Columbia or Exchange email.
CUIT provides tools to create and manage email distribution lists of from a few to thousands of members.
LionMail is Columbia’s new email system powered by Google. Columbia University is working with Google to provide a state-of-the-art email messaging, contacts and calendaring system for many members of the University community.

Identity & Access Management (IAM)

IAM creates Network ID (UNI) based on the information received from the different systems of record.

Network Access

High-speed wired network access is available in all campus buildings, most University Apartment Housing (UAH), and from remote locations via dedicated high-speed links. Wireless access is available in select areas.
Dialup network allows you to connect to the University network with a dialup modem over a phone line.
CUIT provides Internet and Internet2 connectivity for the University, actively researches the latest network technology and participates in national and regional organizations including Internet2 and NYSERNet.

People@Columbia

Provide application development and infrastructure support to the PeopleSoft HRMS Application.

Research Services

CUIT manages shared high performance computing (HPC) resources for researchers.
Research Computing Services (RCS) includes staff who act as embedded research computing support to Columbia research groups or centers.

Service Desk

First level application, network connectivity, ID support and some 2nd level support services related to computer hardware, cellular phones, standard desktop software, University applications and access to University resources.

Software Licenses

Site licensed academic software available for purchase and distribution.
Microsoft software for download based upon eligibiltiy

Student & Public Computing/Printing

CUIT computer labs provide a combination of workstations and/or ColumbiaNet kiosks. These computing facilities provide users with valid accounts access to a range of software.
CUIT supports a number of electronic classrooms equipped with computer and projection systems, DVD/CD players, VCRs, and audio systems.
CUIT provides a number of high-speed laser printers located throughout campus.
ColumbiaNet kiosk stations provide easy access to a wide variety of campus information, electronic mail, and access to the Internet.

Student Systems

SIS, SSOL, PowerFaids, and ADOL

Voice & Video Communications

Most Morningside locations are served by the University's own telecommunications system using RolmPhones.
Support includes phone mail support, user training and phonemail broadcast.
CUIT provides webcasting setup, live links and archive links.

Web Photo Submissions

Web application allowing students of CU and its affiliate institutions to submit photos online for their ID cards.

Web Publishing

Basic hosting for group web sites at Columbia.

Authentication Services

Authentication services include web single sign-on (using WIND), identity federation (using Shibboleth), and authentication to directories on web servers (using Pamacea).

Collaboration Services

CUIT offers wikis for collaboration at Columbia.
Blogs for individuals and groups at Columbia.
Collaboration environment to communicate, share documents, collaboratively edit and organization tools like calendar, membership, announcements, documents, and group work.

Course Management Systems

CourseWorks is Columbia University's online course management system used by schools at Morningside Campus (except Business and Law) and at CUMC.
Course Evaluations is a tool for evaluating courses, instructors, and TAs either at the end of the term or can be used for mid-term evaluations.
Sakai is Columbia University’s proposed next generation course management system.
Knowledge Map offers tools to develop, track, manage, and publish curriculum.
Internet-based plagiarism-detection service.
Survey tool for creating and delivering surveys to user with UNI or an email address.

CUIT Administrative IDs

The Application Security Group within CISO’s Office offers access request fulfillments and services like User access and Authorizations for University Central Systems

CUIT Computer Security Services

The CUIT Security team offers guidance and clarification to understanding Columbia University IT policies, guidelines and standards.

Delegated Identity Administration (DIA)

DIA is a web application that enables Departmental Administrators (DAs) to provision individuals.

Desktop Support

Fee based support for CUIT standard hardware and software and remote support for hardware and software on both Apple OS and Windows platforms for administrative departments throughout the University.

Directory Services

The University directory is managed by the CUIT IAM group. Services include, automated listing (delisting) to the online directory and timely publication of accurate bio-demographic information.

Electronic Document Management

Provide Electronic document storage and retrieval capabilities.

Email

CubMail is a web-based interface to your Columbia email. It provides a secure and convenient way to send and receive mail from any location using just a Web browser such as Internet Explorer, FireFox, or Safari.
Cyrus is the University's primary "free" email storage and access system, serving over 60,000 users.
A Microsoft Exchange email account is provided upon request and offers collaborative email and calendar sharing.
A variety of email client programs may be used to access your Columbia or Exchange email.
CUIT provides tools to create and manage email distribution lists of from a few to thousands of members.

Enterprise Business Intelligence Solutions

Business Objects report delivery platform supporting the Business Objects suite of report development tools such as Crystal Reports, Web Intelligence, Dashboard Builder, Live Office, etc.

Enterprise Reporting (Legacy)

Enterprise Business Intelligence Solutions consists of DARTS (Departmental Advanced Tracking & Reporting), COB (Consolidated Operating Budget) and the Historical Data Store (Data Warehouse).

Identity & Access Management (IAM)

IAM creates Network ID (UNI) based on the information received from the different systems of record.

Interactive Services

Design, development and maintenance interactive websites and web-applications – including Information Architecture, Web Design and building sites using a content management system.

MyColumbia Administrative Portal

MyColumbia is a web portal that centralized access to key administrative Human Resources and Financial applications.

Network & Web Application Security Tools

The CISO (Columbia University Information Security Office) Security group uses various tools for network security, web application security, and risk mitigation.

Network Access

High-speed wired network access is available in all campus buildings, most University Apartment Housing (UAH), and from remote locations via dedicated high-speed links. Wireless access is available in select areas.
The CUIT VPN service is required when you are logging in from remote locations or insecure (unencrypted) wireless networks on campus and need to access restricted administrative applications, as well as your network file shares on campus.
Dialup network allows you to connect to the University network with a dialup modem over a phone line.
CUIT provides Internet and Internet2 connectivity for the University, actively researches the latest network technology and participates in national and regional organizations including Internet2 and NYSERNet.
A Citrix Server is used for fast remote access to all your Central files and Windows applications.

People@Columbia

Provide application development and infrastructure support to the PeopleSoft HRMS Application.

Research Services

CUIT manages shared high performance computing (HPC) resources for researchers.
Research Computing Services (RCS) includes staff who act as embedded research computing support to Columbia research groups or centers.
Rascal provides management of data related to Research Administration and Research Compliance.
The InfoEd Suite of products enables faculty, administrators and staff to move efficiently through each part of the grant and contract process from proposal development to post award management.
Research Storage is a pilot service that offers centrally managed and backed-up storage to eligible researchers with moderate storage requirements

Servers and Data

CUIT previously provided limited hosting of servers or services in central location (co-location) with CUIT support.

Service Desk

First level application, network connectivity, ID support and some 2nd level support services related to computer hardware, cellular phones, standard desktop software, University applications and access to University resources.

Software Licenses

Site licensed academic software available for purchase and distribution.
Microsoft software for download based upon eligibiltiy

Student & Public Computing/Printing

CUIT computer labs provide a combination of workstations and/or ColumbiaNet kiosks. These computing facilities provide users with valid accounts access to a range of software.
CUIT supports a number of electronic classrooms equipped with computer and projection systems, DVD/CD players, VCRs, and audio systems.
CUIT provides a number of high-speed laser printers located throughout campus.
ColumbiaNet kiosk stations provide easy access to a wide variety of campus information, electronic mail, and access to the Internet.

Student Systems

SIS, SSOL, PowerFaids, and ADOL

Voice & Video Communications

CUIT offers mobile devices to faculty and administrators. CUIT devices include iPhones, iPads, wireless cards and select Android devices. Most devices are global capable and can be synchronized with your LionMail or Exchange account.
Most Morningside locations are served by the University's own telecommunications system using RolmPhones.
CUIT's NetPhone service uses Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) technology to transmit voice communications over data networks.
Support includes phone mail support, user training and phonemail broadcast.
CUIT provides webcasting setup, live links and archive links.

Web Publishing

Basic hosting for group web sites at Columbia.

Accounting and Reporting at Columbia (ARC)

ARC is the University's new web-based financial system. It includes modules for general accounting, procurement, and project costing (tracking financial information over a project life).

Authentication Services

Authentication services include web single sign-on (using WIND), identity federation (using Shibboleth), and authentication to directories on web servers (using Pamacea).

Cable TV

100 channels of Cable TV is available in selected Columbia Morningside buildings.

Collaboration Services

CUIT offers wikis for collaboration at Columbia.
Blogs for individuals and groups at Columbia.
Collaboration environment to communicate, share documents, collaboratively edit and organization tools like calendar, membership, announcements, documents, and group work.

Course Management Systems

CourseWorks is Columbia University's online course management system used by schools at Morningside Campus (except Business and Law) and at CUMC.
Course Evaluations is a tool for evaluating courses, instructors, and TAs either at the end of the term or can be used for mid-term evaluations.
Sakai is Columbia University’s proposed next generation course management system.
Knowledge Map offers tools to develop, track, manage, and publish curriculum.
Internet-based plagiarism-detection service.
Survey tool for creating and delivering surveys to user with UNI or an email address.

CUIT Administrative IDs

The Application Security Group within CISO’s Office offers access request fulfillments and services like User access and Authorizations for University Central Systems

CUIT Computer Security Services

The CUIT Security team offers guidance and clarification to understanding Columbia University IT policies, guidelines and standards.

Delegated Identity Administration (DIA)

DIA is a web application that enables Departmental Administrators (DAs) to provision individuals.

Desktop Support

Fee based support for CUIT standard hardware and software and remote support for hardware and software on both Apple OS and Windows platforms for administrative departments throughout the University.

Directory Services

The University directory is managed by the CUIT IAM group. Services include, automated listing (delisting) to the online directory and timely publication of accurate bio-demographic information.

Effort Reporting (ECRT)

Effort reporting is the federally mandated process by which the salary charged to a sponsored project is certified as reasonable in relation to the effort expended on that project.

Electronic Document Management

Provide Electronic document storage and retrieval capabilities.

Email

CubMail is a web-based interface to your Columbia email. It provides a secure and convenient way to send and receive mail from any location using just a Web browser such as Internet Explorer, FireFox, or Safari.
Cyrus is the University's primary "free" email storage and access system, serving over 60,000 users.
A Microsoft Exchange email account is provided upon request and offers collaborative email and calendar sharing.
A variety of email client programs may be used to access your Columbia or Exchange email.
CUIT provides tools to create and manage email distribution lists of from a few to thousands of members.

Enterprise Business Intelligence Solutions

Business Objects report delivery platform supporting the Business Objects suite of report development tools such as Crystal Reports, Web Intelligence, Dashboard Builder, Live Office, etc.

Enterprise Reporting (Legacy)

Enterprise Business Intelligence Solutions consists of DARTS (Departmental Advanced Tracking & Reporting), COB (Consolidated Operating Budget) and the Historical Data Store (Data Warehouse).

Financial Data Store (FDS)

Financial Data Store (FDS) is part of the larger University Data Store (UDS). The main source of data for the FDS is the financial system, Accounting and Reporting at Columbia (ARC), and Labor Accounting (LA).

Financial Systems (Legacy)

Financial System (Legacy) – As of July 9, 2012, a number of these applications listed below are available read only. The following FFE/FINSYS Module: Budget Tool, Cash Module Application Security and Casual and Support Staff Tme Entry.

Identity & Access Management (IAM)

IAM creates Network ID (UNI) based on the information received from the different systems of record.

Interactive Services

Design, development and maintenance interactive websites and web-applications – including Information Architecture, Web Design and building sites using a content management system.

MyColumbia Administrative Portal

MyColumbia is a web portal that centralized access to key administrative Human Resources and Financial applications.

Network & Web Application Security Tools

The CISO (Columbia University Information Security Office) Security group uses various tools for network security, web application security, and risk mitigation.

Network Access

High-speed wired network access is available in all campus buildings, most University Apartment Housing (UAH), and from remote locations via dedicated high-speed links. Wireless access is available in select areas.
The CUIT VPN service is required when you are logging in from remote locations or insecure (unencrypted) wireless networks on campus and need to access restricted administrative applications, as well as your network file shares on campus.
Dialup network allows you to connect to the University network with a dialup modem over a phone line.
CUIT provides Internet and Internet2 connectivity for the University, actively researches the latest network technology and participates in national and regional organizations including Internet2 and NYSERNet.
A Citrix Server is used for fast remote access to all your Central files and Windows applications.

People@Columbia

Provide application development and infrastructure support to the PeopleSoft HRMS Application.

Research Services

CUIT manages shared high performance computing (HPC) resources for researchers.
Research Computing Services (RCS) includes staff who act as embedded research computing support to Columbia research groups or centers.
Rascal provides management of data related to Research Administration and Research Compliance.
The InfoEd Suite of products enables faculty, administrators and staff to move efficiently through each part of the grant and contract process from proposal development to post award management.

Servers and Data

CUIT previously provided limited hosting of servers or services in central location (co-location) with CUIT support.

Service Desk

First level application, network connectivity, ID support and some 2nd level support services related to computer hardware, cellular phones, standard desktop software, University applications and access to University resources.

Software Licenses

Site licensed academic software available for purchase and distribution.
Microsoft software for download based upon eligibiltiy

Student & Public Computing/Printing

CUIT provides a number of high-speed laser printers located throughout campus.
ColumbiaNet kiosk stations provide easy access to a wide variety of campus information, electronic mail, and access to the Internet.

Student Systems

SIS, SSOL, PowerFaids, and ADOL

University Data Store (UDS)

The UDS is the repository where data from ARC, PAC/LA, Student and Historical systems is stored. Enterprise Business Intelligence Solutions supports FDS reporting, HR reporting, Legacy/HDS reporting, and SIS reporting.

Voice & Video Communications

CUIT offers mobile devices to faculty and administrators. CUIT devices include iPhones, iPads, wireless cards and select Android devices. Most devices are global capable and can be synchronized with your LionMail or Exchange account.
Interactive Intelligence, Call Processing and Automated Call Distribution
Most Morningside locations are served by the University's own telecommunications system using RolmPhones.
CUIT's NetPhone service uses Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) technology to transmit voice communications over data networks.
Support includes phone mail support, user training and phonemail broadcast.
CUIT provides webcasting setup, live links and archive links.

Web Publishing

Basic hosting for group web sites at Columbia.

Authentication Services

Authentication services include web single sign-on (using WIND), identity federation (using Shibboleth), and authentication to directories on web servers (using Pamacea).

Collaboration Services

CUIT offers wikis for collaboration at Columbia.
Collaboration environment to communicate, share documents, collaboratively edit and organization tools like calendar, membership, announcements, documents, and group work.

Course Management Systems

Survey tool for creating and delivering surveys to user with UNI or an email address.

CUIT Administrative IDs

The Application Security Group within CISO’s Office offers access request fulfillments and services like User access and Authorizations for University Central Systems

CUIT Computer Security Services

The CUIT Security team offers guidance and clarification to understanding Columbia University IT policies, guidelines and standards.

Delegated Identity Administration (DIA)

DIA is a web application that enables Departmental Administrators (DAs) to provision individuals.

Directory Services

The University directory is managed by the CUIT IAM group. Services include, automated listing (delisting) to the online directory and timely publication of accurate bio-demographic information.

Electronic Document Management

Provide Electronic document storage and retrieval capabilities.

Email

CUIT manages the columbia.edu email domain as well as a number of school, departmental and organizational virtual email domains, filtering for SPAM and viruses and routing mail to on-campus and off-campus email storage and access services.

Enterprise Business Intelligence Solutions

Business Objects report delivery platform supporting the Business Objects suite of report development tools such as Crystal Reports, Web Intelligence, Dashboard Builder, Live Office, etc.

Enterprise Reporting (Legacy)

Enterprise Business Intelligence Solutions consists of DARTS (Departmental Advanced Tracking & Reporting), COB (Consolidated Operating Budget) and the Historical Data Store (Data Warehouse).

Financial Systems (Legacy)

Financial System (Legacy) – As of July 9, 2012, a number of these applications listed below are available read only. The following FFE/FINSYS Module: Budget Tool, Cash Module Application Security and Casual and Support Staff Tme Entry.

Identity & Access Management (IAM)

IAM creates Network ID (UNI) based on the information received from the different systems of record.

Interactive Services

Design, development and maintenance interactive websites and web-applications – including Information Architecture, Web Design and building sites using a content management system.

Network & Web Application Security Tools

The CISO (Columbia University Information Security Office) Security group uses various tools for network security, web application security, and risk mitigation.

Network Access

The CUIT VPN service is required when you are logging in from remote locations or insecure (unencrypted) wireless networks on campus and need to access restricted administrative applications, as well as your network file shares on campus.
CUIT provides Internet and Internet2 connectivity for the University, actively researches the latest network technology and participates in national and regional organizations including Internet2 and NYSERNet.

People@Columbia

Provide application development and infrastructure support to the PeopleSoft HRMS Application.

Servers and Data

CUIT provides limited hosting of servers or services in central location (co-location) with CUIT support.
Linux Apache MySQL PHP (LAMP) platform allows developers from CUIT and the Libraries build and deploy PHP-based applications that serve the larger CU community.
Apache Tomcat implements the Java Servlet and the JavaServer Pages (JSP) specifications for serving web applications written in Java.
CUIT offers free standard, SAN, and wildcard SSL certificates through membership in the InCommon Cert Service.

Service Desk

First level application, network connectivity, ID support and some 2nd level support services related to computer hardware, cellular phones, standard desktop software, University applications and access to University resources.

Service Now Incident Tracking (trouble ticketing) System

Student Systems

SIS, SSOL, PowerFaids, and ADOL

Voice & Video Communications

CUIT offers mobile devices to faculty and administrators. CUIT devices include iPhones, iPads, wireless cards and select Android devices. Most devices are global capable and can be synchronized with your LionMail or Exchange account.
Interactive Intelligence, Call Processing and Automated Call Distribution
Support includes phone mail support, user training and phonemail broadcast.

Web Photo Submissions

Web application allowing students of CU and its affiliate institutions to submit photos online for their ID cards.

Web Publishing

Basic hosting for group web sites at Columbia.