The University of Malta's IT Services (formerly known as Computing Services Centre) was established in 1997. The primary role of IT Services is to proactively support the teaching, research and related (both current and projected future) activities of the University through coordinated, efficient and effective use of information and communication technologies.
|IT Services manages the Maltese National Research & Education Network (NREN) providing access to the GÉANT network to local research & education institutions. |
| ||IT Services also provides operational support to NIC(Malta) which is responsible for the .MT top-level Internet domain for Malta.|
| ||IT Services is a member of the European University Information Systems (EUNIS) which is an association representing information technology service departments in higher education in Europe, and a member of the Universities and Colleges Information Systems Association (UCISA). |
| ||As an NREN, the University of Malta is a member of the Trans-European Research and Education Networking Association (TERENA) which aims to promote collaboration, innovation and sharing of knowledge in order to foster the development of Internet technology, infrastructure and services to be used by the research and education community.|
IT Services is structured into three main service teams: User Services, Technical Services and Corporate Services.
24 May 2013