The Network Time Service (aka NTP) provided by EIS allows your Unix/Linux, Windows, or MacOS servers and workstations to obtain and maintain accurate time.
This introductory webinar introduced the use of accessibility checkers for assessing research Web sites for accessibility compliance and issue identification. The webinar highlights the strengths and limitations of various accessibility trackers.
Survey and data collection tool
Zoom is a audio/video service that may be used for videoconferencing and webinars.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Zoom access is only provisionally approved pending the outcome of an RFP in 2021.
The Policy. Procedures and Guidelines (PPG) service is responsible for authoring, collating and presenting IT policies, procedures and guidelines and promoting them through the University. Units may obtain guidance on the implementation, application, and interpretation of PPG. Units may also request assistance in the development of local PPG. Suggestions for areas of PPG development may be sent here.
The University maintains a 3-tiered license with Gartner. Gartner provides IT research, contract and RFP consulting, implementation guides. toolkits and templates for IT assessments, and access to analysts for consultations on a broad range of topics.
Policy that establishes governance for Information Technology at the U of T.
The IT Services Catalogue service offering advises on available IT services at University of Toronto.
Provostial guidelines on use of information technologies at U of T. Includes statements on fair use, appropriate and inappropriate use, ramifications of misuse. PGA provides guidance on interpretation and application of the Guideline.
The Campus Wi-Fi service offering conveys access to the university’s online resources as well as general outside access. It is widely available across the University of Toronto tri-campus area.