Excellence at the University of Manitoba in scholarship, research, learning and service to the community will be supported and nurtured by the use of information technology.
To support our clients in their teaching, learning, research, administrative and community service endeavors by providing information technology infrastructure and services and by providing leadership and expertise in the information technology solutions and services thereby contributing to the creation, preservation and communication of knowledge in the community.
Information Services & Technology is a collaborative IT organization dedicated to creating, maintaining, securing and improving the IT environment for the University of Manitoba community while continually embodying and fostering the values of Integrity, Teamwork, Collaboration, Accountability, Respect and Effectiveness in our work and client services.
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123 Fletcher Argue
Client Services is a client-focused, service-based unit in IST that has an overall focus on support services, advising and consulting and serves as the first point of contact for clients. Units include Client Relationship Management, Service Level Management, Client Support and Service Desk.
Director, Client Services
Assistant Director, Client Relationship Management
Manager, IST Service Desk
Manager, Client Support
Technology Services is the area responsible for the development, implementation, operation and/or provision of the U of M's applications and infrastructure, computer operations, network, communication and data systems and services as well as learning technology and multimedia production.
Director, Technology Services
Manager, Infrastructure Development
Manager, Infrastructure Maintenance
Manager, Application Development
Manager, Application Maintenance
Manager, Physical Infrastructure
Manager, Learning Technologies
IT Planning and Governance is charged with ensuring that our organization's IT initiatives and projects align with and serve as an extension to University strategies and objectives. Units include, Enterprise Architecture, IT Portfolio Management and Project Management Office and IT Procurement Centre.
Director, Planning and Governance
Manager, Enterprise Architect
Manager, Project Management Office
Manager, IT Organizational Performance
Information Security and Compliance is responsible for ensuring that all U of M systems and information assets are adequately protected and comply with information protection and privacy legislation and regulations. We work towards an end goal of maintaining and enhancing the security and integrity of information, computing resources and technology at the U of M.
Director, Security and Compliance