The purpose of these policies and guidelines is to define the regulations for providing shared computers to the University’s network and their administration. These regulations are designed to minimize potential exposure of the University and individual user from damages that could result from computers that are not configured or maintained properly.
It is acknowledged that the University IT infrastructure is constantly evolving to meet changing needs of the University and challenges of new technology. These policies and guidelines, therefore, are subject to regular review and amendment.
These policies and guidelines apply to all shared computer systems connected to the University’s network, including, but not limited to, computer systems in departments, units, computer labs, classrooms, communal area, student societies and computer labs in hostels.
The technical support staff of a college/faculty/department/unit/society that provides shared computer systems is responsible of the system administration of these computer systems. In some cases the responsibility of some specific machines may be assigned to departmental staff. Faculty, staff, students and societies who have received explicit permission to connect their personal computers to the campus network via wired or wireless network are assumed having the responsibility to administrate their computers.
The system administrators are responsible for:
No one should provide shared computers that cannot comply with the policies and guidelines as stated in this document. Violations of policies and guidelines in this document may be dealt with by the University in accordance with such disciplinary codes and/or procedures as are in place, from time to time, in respect of students and/or staff of the University.
User Support Service
Information Technology Services Centre
Version 2, May 2010
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