Enterprise Systems and Applications impliments and maintains University applications and manages institutional data in support of business processes and decision making for the university's strategic initiatives.
Focuses on scientific and technical issues; responsible for leading the development of large scale networks and high performance computing systems used for computation-intensive research; provides a technical voice in Clemson’s strategic planning for services, strategy, and structure; builds a vision of what technology will make possible;evaluates new technologies and serves on national level technical committees.
Responsible for computing infrastructure including: Data Center facilities management;File and print services; Hardware architecture; High Performance Computing (HPC); High Throughput Computing (HTC);Hosting solutions; Identity services and provisioning management; Infrastructure development; Machine room and facilities management; Mail and messaging services; Monitoring and measurement services; Operations; Production control administration; Server administration for Mail servers, Mainframe, Network servers, PeopleSoft, UNIX, Windows; Storage; Web services.
Supports and advances the use of technology in teaching, distributed and distance learning, research and creative inquiry, and public service. CSPC provides a single point of contact for all CCIT service requests and also hardware and software support for lab, student and employee computers, and mail and calendaring systems administration.
CITI is responsible for building a campus cyberinfrastructure (CI) environment and engaging faculty, staff, and students who need CI for their academic, research, and outreach activities.
Provides programming services and support, via contracts, to state agencies, in support of the Medicaid Eligibility Determination System (MEDS) and the Medicaid Management Information System (MMIS) with the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) in South Carolina.
This unit provides the infrastructure for the Clemson computing network and services related to telephone, data, video, and security communications.
This office is responsible for computing policy, security awareness and education, incident response, remediation of sensitive information, and technology deployment standards.
CCIT Planning & Resource Management provides business services to support the operations of CCIT. These business services include Strategic Planning, Sponsored Programs Administration, Communications, Human Resources, Contracts, Licensing & Procurement, Financial & Accounting Services, and Project & Service Management.
The PMO provides skilled Project Managers to most highly visible and complex projects being run by CCIT. Project Management is the application of knowledge, skills, tools, and techniques to project activities to meet the project requirements. The CCIT PMO is committed to following the PMI Global Standard methodology to complete these activities.