This standard describes how to manage information technology (IT) projects according to best practices promoted by nationally recognized project management organizations, such as, the Project Management Institute (PMI), Scrum.org, and Scrum Alliance appropriately tailored to the specific circumstances of the university.
This program is investigating the February 16, 2021 announced Google Workspace changes. Collaborative Computing Solutions (CCS), in partnership with key university stakeholders has initiated this program to resolve questions and manage service changes to reduce impact to capabilities and budgets.
The Central Log Service provides University departments a location for storing, and tools for analysis of, server/desktop/device log information. (A VPN is required to access the site off campus).
The Division of Information Technology has been working to improve the way that your online accounts are created, assigned permissions, and managed.
OneCampus is the new hub for online academic, business, and personal transactions while at the university.
Recently, Virginia Tech's IT Security Office has observed that the sophistication of these 'spear phishing' messages is increasing.
This site offers access to resources comprising the university’s first comprehensive set of recommendations and guidelines for cloud computing.
Virginia Tech offers research, instructional, and partnership opportunities using radio frequency spectrum assets, administered through the Division of Information Technology.
We bring together UX experts and enthusiasts at Virginia Tech to improve the university’s maturity around UX related considerations.
Virginia Tech has selected Zoom and Kaltura as the university's primary platforms for interactive video, lecture capture, and video content management.
Banner 9 is the next generation of the university’s enterprise resource planning system (ERP), which provides integrated management of our core business processes.