OIT understands that technology is vital to your teaching, research and daily work. We are committed to providing the latest information on all security threats, scheduled and unscheduled maintenance to our services and new services being offered. We try to limit the number of bulk emails sent to the campus. Therefore, some of these communication mediums are available online for those interested.
Receive a weekly email outlining all scheduled maintenance and outages for the SMU network and technology services.
Weekly articles with project updates, technology news, tech tips, and more. Monthly email with top stories.
OIT's official Twitter account. The latest in news, updates, and even unexpected services outages will be tweeted.
Our most relevant articles from the IT Connect blog are compiled bi-monthly and shared via email to the main campus lists.
When necessary, emails will be sent to the entire campus. These emails will come from SMU IT Communications.
OIT is making a concerted effort to improve internal processes to better manage the IT projects and operational requirements. Our project page outlines our portfolio management process. It also highlights many of the projects that will impact the campus community. Click here to access the project page.
A series of events will be scheduled offering faculty, staff and students the opportunity to learn more about OIT services as well as collaborate with other departments on using these services to enhance your teaching, learning or business processes. Events will be communicated on the website, via newsletters and emails.
The OIT website contains a wealth of information that is updated regularly including information on all of our services, training and information about our organization.
An annual report for the Office of Information Technology. The report is released in Q1 of each year.
An security report from the Office of Information Technology. The report is released three times a year.
- July 2017
- April 2017
- October 2016
- July 2016
Authenticating to Box@SMU is required before viewing or downloading any of the reports.
These reports are confidential and not intended for distribution outside the University.