Digital Services for Staff

We are here to support both academic (teaching & learning) and corporate (promotional, administrative) activities.

We are here to support both academic (teaching & learning) and corporate (promotional, administrative) activities, so whatever you need, just contact our staff or the Service Desk and we will be happy to assist.

We are also keen to ensure we deliver the best service we possibly can, so please help us to continue to maintain our high standards of service by passing on any comments or suggestions for improvements.


In this section

Useful resources for new members of staff.

Staff email policies and FAQ.

Password information and good practice.

A personalised application providing users with easy access to many of the online services provided by the University.

University wireless services and setup guides.

Information Services manages a range of software purchased on behalf of the University.

Microsoft Teams (also known as MS Teams or Teams) is a secure Office 365 collaboration tool that helps teams stay organised and connected, bringing conversations and content together in one place. MS Teams integrates directly with Office 365 applications such as SharePoint, OneDrive and Planner making it easy for staff to communicate and collaborate securely wherever they are.

SharePoint Online is a mobile-friendly technology platform included in the University's Microsoft Office 365 offering.SharePoint is used to create websites. You can then use these sites as a secure place to store, organize, share, and access documents from any device.All you need is a web browser, such as Internet Explorer, Chrome, or Firefox.

IT and audiovisual facilities and support to enhance teaching and learning.

Information for visitors and associates who require access to University resources.

Policies, codes of practice, standards and procedures for protecting University information.

ICT Customer Services conduct an annual Staff Survey to gauge opinions and establish feedback from our staff.