Information Services

News and Events

Project, service and people news from Applications Directorate.

Tips for Hybrid Meetings - Watch the Recording & Suggest the Next Topics for Lunchtime Seminar Series

Watch the recording from the May lunchtime seminar on: "Effective hybrid meetings: how technology and behaviour can work together to build a culture of excellence."

Updated Review Forms To Welcome New Students

A new SharePoint is being created to produce, record and analyse student responses to start-of-year reviews

Round up of the latest ISG projects

Find out more about the latest updates teams are working on in this round up of the latest ISG projects, including updates to online learning, upgrading databases and more.

MyEd Disaster Recovery Test Completed in Just One Day

Given a three-day window to simulate the total loss of the MyEd Portal Service, this collaborative project took just one day to test Disaster Recovery procedures and complete a successful recovery of the service.

Relaunching the IT Services Team - New Faces and Opportunities

The ITIL team has re-launched as the IT Services Team, with new faces and a refreshed focus on strategy. Find out how the team can support you and the opportunities available to join their exciting work.

New Cloud CRM And Portals Make It Easier To Stay In Touch With Donors And Alumni

As part of their project to move to a cloud CRM and with the help of IS Apps, the Development and Alumni (D&A) team have recently upgraded the Alumni and Donations portals, with positive feedback from users and staff.

From student to staff and back again: learning is for life in the ISG department

Part of an ongoing series introducing student-staff success stories - get to know our newest student staff and hear from individuals in the ISG who have previously benefited from placement schemes and part-time work.

Collaborative Project Between University Teams Wins Award

The University's Finance and Information Services Applications Directorate teams rebuilt and implement a new payment system, scooping an award for successful delivery of the project.

New Automated Upgrades to Operating Systems Save Time and Effort

To keep operating systems supported and secure we regularly need to upgrade operating systems. A collaborative effort from several departments has now improved the speed of this process.

Lunchtime Seminar 28 March 2023 - HR Strategic Reporting Data Mart

The Applications Directorate run a programme of Lunchtime Seminars to update University colleagues on the work that we do and the services we provide.