Information Technology Center
The Information Technology Center was established in 1999 and is one of the independent (non-academic) university units. The Center provides computer facilities to all staff, faculties and students of the University, together with advice, documentation and anything else necessary for their effective use. The facilities are available to all undergraduate students, providing IT support for personal research and training courses. The University Computer Center activities are based upon various platforms equipment integrated in Local Networks with laser printer output that provide a wide range of software and applications, web developing and designing, database developing, as well as programming and system support to staff, lecturers and to PSU departments. The developing University Campus Network, which has been fully operational, improves the University communication infrastructure that links the existing information and computer resources with national and international networks. Following Internet services via the University Network are now available: e-mail, electronic news, and file exchange. The University Computer Center has special support staff, whose task is to work closely with their colleagues from the other departments and faculties to assist in making the best use of the facilities.
To provide a reliable, prompt and friendly information technology support service to the University community. To introduce and maintain recognized standards in installations of software, computers, networks and telecommunications equipment. To provide leadership and expertise in the planning and introduction of new information technology on campus to further the University's mission in teaching, research and administration.