Rooms with Windows and Macintosh computers and printers are located at various locations around campus. Computers are installed with specialized software and courseware.
CIS configures printer queues so that customers can access and control networked printers across campus. Depending on the printer, drivers can be preconfigured, and printers can be automatically installed at the desktop in some Windows-based environments.
Recovery of data on failed laptop or desktop computer hard drives. Recovered data will be saved to a new hard drive or CD.
Advice and purchase repair parts for users who want to fix/upgrade their own computers.
In order to promote and maintain the security of Brown data and its network infrastructure, firewalls have been strategically installed as part of the overall network architecture. Requests for the opening or closing firewall ports are reviewed, researched, and acted upon by the Information Security Group, who manages this service.
The Brown Instructional Technology (BIT) Grants Program is an opportunity for instructors to have digital projects created for their courses. BIT Grants consist of consulting from the Instructional Technology and the Media Production groups, and production work by a skilled team of Student Technology Assistants.
Web-based access to financial accounting data.
System for managing conflict of interest assurance and reporting forms submitted by research faculty.
Web access to course registration, admission, student accounts receivable and financial aid administrative functions.