Information Technology

The University provides information technology (IT) resources to large and varied groups of people. All members of the University community are responsible for using these resources effectively, efficiently and in an ethical manner. Here you will find the University’s statutes, policies, procedures and associated documents relating to IT.

  • Use

    IT acceptable use, offensive materials, privacy and monitoring, password management, student email, guidelines for social media and individual staff web pages, personal name usage and priviledged access

  • Security

    IT security, cyber incident reporting and security logging

  • Data governance and analytics

    Protecting and storing our institutional data, and the principles which direct the development and use of learning analytics at the University

  • Infrastructure

    Technical policies and standards relating to IT infrastructure (Web, disaster recovery, procuring computer equipment, telecommunications and hardware, and University-provided personal and group websites)

  • IT policy overview

    Outlines the drivers that determine IT policy and briefly summarises the process for development of new or suggested areas of IT policy

  • IT policy development framework

    The rationale, principles and process for developing IT policies, standards and guidelines