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A-Z list of all Information Technology Services available at U of T.

Tools and resources supporting academic activities in the classroom and beyond.

Resources for access to systems, password resets, anti-virus, encryption and security.

Information on available administrative applications and available support.

Resources for applications development and enterprise service architecture model.

E-mail, video/audio conferencing and other communication tools available at U of T.

Resources + support for acquisition, maintenance + disposal of hardware + software.

HelpDesks, Training and Support resources for all central IT services at U of T.

Resources and support for networking, wireless and remote access at U of T.

All policies and guidelines concerning Information Technology at U of T.

PMO resources for assessment, planning, governance and implementation of IT projects.

TELECOMMUNICATIONS SERVICES: Your one stop shop for telephone products, negotiated mobile services and rates, teleconference services, repairs, moves and changes to your phone service.  
SERVICES FOR: STUDENT FACULTY STAFF ALUMNI VISITOR
WIRELESS: Wireless access to the university's online resources is widely available across the University of Toronto tri-campus area.  
The primary wireless network is listed as "UofT".   This network provides wireless access to faculty, staff, students, and sponsored guests and is authenticated using UTORid.

UofT also offers an Eduroam service for visiting academics from other universities. Visiting academics can use eduroam to connect to the UofT network using their home university credentials. 
PRINTER AND PHOTOCOPIER SECURITY GUIDELINES: A set security guidelines are available for printers and photocopiers.   Staff managing purchasing and disposing of printers and photocopiers should adhere to these guidelines in order to ensure security of the University's data.   ITS strongly encourages purchasing printers and photocopiers with an encryption option. Printers and photocopiers with hard drives hold sensitive data and must be treated accordingly in order to minimize information security risks. 
SERVICES FOR: STUDENT FACULTY STAFF ALUMNI VISITOR
ENCRYPTION: The University of Toronto is committed to protecting its information resources and has issued a "Guideline regarding security for personal and other confidential information."  This guideline requires that personal and other confidential information in electronic form be protected by properly implemented encryption unless it is kept in a secure server environment with appropriately restricted users rights. 


SERVICES FOR: STUDENT FACULTY STAFF ALUMNI VISITOR

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