In fall 2020, UIT underwent a reorganization in order to align with IT Strategic Plan 2023 and better serve the Oregon State University community. The three previously distinct organizations (UIT, Institutional Analytics and Reporting, and Information Services) have been united under the banner of University Information and Technology and organized according to five critical functions.
This domain defines the IT goals, governance, services, relationship management, organizational change management and key business processes required for the institution to meet its strategic and operational goals.It serves as the bridge between OSU’s business models and the IT enterprise ensuring OSU IT is creating a vibrant digitally empowered community based on stakeholder’s needs to accomplish goals within OSU’s Strategic Plan.
This domain describes the structure of an organization's logical and physical data and informational assets and data management resources. Data & Information Architecture is composed of models, policies, rules or standards that govern which data is collected and how it is stored, arranged, integrated and put to use in data systems and in organizations.
This domain describes the practice of applying a comprehensive and rigorous method for relating a current and/or future structure and behavior for an organization's security processes, information security systems, personnel and organizational sub-units so that they align with the organization's core goals and strategic direction.
This domain defines the foundation for OSU stakeholders to test and research IT technologies, tools and services on which OSU can grow, including innovation portfolio management, new application development, and the complete lifecycle of ideation to production evaluation to obsolescence. It highlights opportunities for new/existing technologies, processes, and tools to be tested in a safe environment that creates an improvement or differentiation in OSU’s ability to meet its aspirational goals.
This domain describes the logical software and hardware capabilities that are required to support the deployment of administrative, academic and research data, tools and application services: this includes IT infrastructure, middleware, networks, communications, processing and standards. It also provides a blueprint for the individual applications to be deployed, their interactions and their relationships to the core enterprise business processes of the organization.