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Information Technology Policy and Communication (ITPC)

The staff of IT Policy and Communication is charged with communicating with the campus community about Computing and Information Technology services, problems and our people.

  • Formed in 2010, ITPC is composed of technical professionals, writers, designers and communicators who use a wide variety of media and marketing tools to craft and disseminate CIT messages to the campus.
  • IT Policy and Communication is located primarily in the Spaulding Quad, Ellicott Complex.

ITPC Functions

IT Strategic Communication

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ITPC staff utilize media tools such as the UBIT newsletter, UBIT website, direct email, posters and publications to inform and direct the campus community as they seek IT solutions, learn about technology directions and aspire to protect themselves and their data.

IT Services Marketing

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ITPC staff use a variety of media tools, including social media, to inform campus constituents of service offerings and to keep the campus aware of service events such as outages, service disruptions, and planned maintenance.

IT Policy

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ITPC staff author, edit, seek approval and publish IT Policies. UB's Information Technology Policy Library is a series of documents that describe to whom, how, when and under what conditions IT data, applications, services, and facilities are provided.

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