Information Technology Services at Pace University strives to provide a computing environment that facilitates and enhances the teaching, learning, research and administrative endeavors of the University community. To meet this objective we focus our efforts on building a robust and secure infrastructure, investing in technology that provides value to the institution, fostering collaboration and developing partnerships with the Pace community and peer institutions, and providing high quality support services to our students, faculty and staff.
Meet Clare van den Blink, Pace University’s Vice President for Information Technology and Chief Information Officer. Clare is a recognized leader in the higher education information technology community leading the development and implementation of a strategic technology agenda that supports Pace’s mission, strategic goals, and academic programs.
The Information Technology Services (ITS) departments supports Pace University's core academic mission through the effective use of information technology for Teaching & Learning, Research, and to enhance the student experience. ITS provides technology and infrastructure support services for academic, research, administrative computing, and the university's telecommunications, networking services and information security.
Find out about Pace University plans to maintain technology operations in the event of a localized disaster, or other, interruption to business. ITS has established a number of resources to assist the University in maintaining operations and key technology resources.
The Pace community can obtain the latest news, information, and updates from Information Technology Services here on the ITS News page.
Find information on ITS's Tactical Plan, Strategic Plan, and Mid-year Executive Summary to educate the Pace community on the project tasks, description on how the tasks will be accomplished and more.
Learn about ITS's Key Performance Indicators for multiple Information Technology Services areas which provide Reliability, Availability and Serviceability (RAS) metrics.
Get information on ITS's University policies, procedures and standards written to guide students, faculty and staff in their use of technology resources.