Learn about the unique responsibilities of each VPCIO unit.

CIO Administrative Operations combines all the business and administrative support functions for CIT into one unit.  The staff of CIOAO perform transactional activities and administrative tasks so that technical staff can focus on their required duties.
Enterprise Application Services (EAS) provides design, implementation and production support services for enterprise applications and for campus data access and business intelligence systems. EAS has offices in Millard Fillmore Academic Center and Red Jacket, located in the Ellicott Complex, on UB’s North Campus.  
Enterprise Infrastructure Services staff support the underlying files systems, the computing engines and data communication gear that are the infrastructure or backbone for much of UB's computing functionality.
Established in 2006, the Information Security Office (ISO) is responsible for the overall direction of information security functions related to the University at Buffalo, including: IT risk management, security policies and security awareness.
IT Communication and Engagement is charged with informing the campus community about enterprise IT services through the UBIT website, social media, video and advertising campaigns, and partnerships with other campus communicators.
IT Customer Service (ITCS) encompasses classroom video conferencing, course capture, UBIT Help Center, UB Tech Squad, ITCS Field Services and Public Sites.
The key services of Network and Communication Services are Network Engineering, Voice / Data Installation and Repair, and Network Applications and Operations.
Strategic Portfolio Management (SPM) is responsible for providing a shared decision-making structure and operationalizing processes to ensure that UB’s finite technology resources are optimally focused to meet university-wide strategic goals.
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