Below are the various divisions of TCIT. Click to learn more about how they support the work and mission of the college.
Academic Technology provides the TC community with training, administration, vetting, and analysis of the College’s instructional, research, and productivity technology.
The Enterprise Application Team is responsible for application planning, development, testing, support and operations and project management of Teachers College’s application architecture and strategy.
Teachers College has embraced a “Cloud First” approach to solution delivery for the College. In each new initiative we perform a readiness assessment to evaluate the merits of moving a solution to the Cloud and taking advantage of the cost model, speed of provisioning, scalability, performance and reliability of cloud-based solutions.
Infrastructure Services manages campus network to provide a highly reliable, scalable, secure and manageable network infrastructure to support the storage, computing, server, cloud and Wi-fi needs of the college.
IS exists to enable Teachers College to succeed in its overall mission by providing and managing the college’s information technology infrastructure services. IS works closely with faculty, students and staff, to provide the campus with secure networking, storage, computing, server, cloud and Wi-fi services. Ultimate goal is to provide a secure technology platform to support the teaching and learning, research and outreach missions of the college.
Our staff monitors and responds to threats against Teachers College’s systems, along with using threat assessment and a risk-based approach to mitigate the threat or risk to the college. The mission of Information Security is to support the goals of Teachers College by safeguarding information and assets from unauthorized disclosure, use, modification, or loss.
One of the primary goals of Information Security is to develop proactive technical and non-technical measures to help identify and prevent security risks and provide effective response in cases where those measures fail.
The IT Project Management Office (IT PMO) provides staff, structure, and oversight to ensure that information technology projects are successful.
To fulfill this mission, the IT PMO strives to do the following:
• Provide and enable the College's approach to identifying, evaluating, prioritizing, financing, and staffing technology initiatives.
• Establish and support effective IT governance structures that provide College leaders with the information needed to make decisions that align with the College's objectives, proactively identify and mitigate risks, and promptly address issues.
• Empower project teams with tools, processes, and strategic guidance that enable effective collaboration, timely delivery against expectations, and delivery of quality solutions.