ITSS strives to support the primary purpose of the UNT System – Education.
ITSS supports the entire student life cycle – from recruiting, admissions and financial aid to advising and degree audits – helping to ensure their success.
Information Technology Shared Services (ITSS) staff members are committed to providing the best possible services to students, faculty and staff. Take a peek at their status board and see how the systems are doing at sla.untsystem.edu.
ITSS provides many different forms of technology support for students. Whether it is classroom technology, lecture recording, video conferencing or student computer labs.
ITSS is a UNT System Shared service like UNT System Human Resources and UNT System Business Service Center.
ITSS provides IT support for students, faculty and staff at all UNT System campuses and locations.
Information Technology Shared Services (ITSS) keeps UNT System entities running, for the system’s 5,000 employees and 40,000 students.
For the past several years, the UNT System has been piloting Voice over IP telephony based on Microsoft Skype for Business. In the fall of 2017, ITSS acquired licenses for Microsoft’s A5 suite of applications for Office 365. These licenses gave us the opportunity to take a leading role amongst higher education institutions by moving our telephony services off traditional copper lines to the cloud.
Recently, ITSS implemented the DLP service in order to protect Personally Identifying Information (PII). This service was implemented to make UNT System complaint with federal and state laws regarding the distribution and storage of PII, like bank account numbers, social security numbers, and more. In the future, we hope to extend the DLP service to more departments in the UNT System. So, we would love to know more about what your experience with the DLP service has been like so far!
On January 28th, the United States and Canada celebrate Data Privacy Day – led by the National Cyber Security Alliance. Their goal for Data Privacy Day is to encourage people to use the internet safely and securely. To learn more about Data Privacy Day, visit the NCSA’s website.