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University IT Service Catalogue

 

Devices, Applications, Networks and Printing

Desktops and Applications

Access to University IT systems and resources via centrally configured Managed Desktops.

Email and Calendar

Email and Calendar entries encompass the provision of both centralised and localised email services for use by the academic, research and administrative functions of the University.  You will have access to at least one email account for communication and collaboration as well as...


Managed Desktops and Applications

 

Managed Desktops enable access to University IT systems and resources by simply "logging on" to a Desktop computer using a username and password.  These Desktops are managed and...


Networks and Security

How the University connects via a range of centrally managed wired and wi-fi network services.

IP and DNS Services

 

Computing staff in Colleges and Departments are able to manage their own IP address space.

The IP Register database - the University's database of host and service names, net block and IP address allocation...


Network Security

This section contains information on network security services provided by the UIS.

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Networks

University Information Services offer a variety of wired network services including Institutional Network Connections (CUDN), the provision of the Granta Backbone Network (GBN) and installation services.

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Wi-fi Networks

University Information Services (UIS) offer a full range of wi-fi services, including complete building and site surveys, centrally managed wi-fi access points and a variety of SSIDs, such as eduroam, UniOfCam, TheCloud and local institutional SSIDs.

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Printing

A variety of printing facilities and services for a range of media, available to users across the University.

Professional Print Services

Professional Print Services covers two separate UIS offerings: Photography and Illustration Services (PandIS), and the Printroom.

 

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Self-Service Printing and Scanning

Self-service printing solutions allow users to print documents from both managed and unmanaged devices on a cost recovery basis.


Remote and Mobile Device Access

Access central facilities remotely and make use of preferential mobile network rates.

Remote Access

Remote access services connect individual devices to the University of Cambridge Data Network (CUDN) from a remote location. Not only is the device connected to the CUDN but it appears to actually be located on the CUDN. This means it is possible to access resources that normally require...