During the Vice Chancellor Mandate on January 25, 2017, the rebranding of Centre for Communication & Information Technology Services (CICTS) to Centre for IT Development & Services (CITDS) was first announced. The previous name, CICTS was first introduced in March 1, 2001, after the merging of two separated entities namely the Management of Information System Division (MIS) and Computer Network Services Unit (CNS).
MIS division was in charged of the planning and managing of system development which was utilised by various administrators of the university. Systems such as the Finance Management System (IFAS), Human Resource Management System (HRMS), Student Information System and Office Automated System.
CNS, on the other hand, was a small unit designated under Centre for Academic Information Services (CAIS) that manage the ICT infrastructure of the university. Among its main tasks were to oversee the network services and the management of computer hardware and software required for the whole campus.
Today, CITDS plays a major role in providing ICT services to the university such as develop system applications for the management, provide technical support, manage network infrastructure and ICT security. CITDS also propagate general awareness on ICT among the staff and students of the university.
CITDS comprises of four division and with each division support various units that directly responsible for a given aspect of the overall operation of ICT services in UNIMAS.
The four divisions are:
Resources & Commercialization Division
- Administration Unit
- ICT Asset Management Unit
- Procurement & Contract Unit
- ICT Skills Development & Commercial Unit
Infrastructure & User Support Division
- Data Centre Management Unit
- Network Management Unit
- ICT Security Unit
- User Services and Technical Support Unit
- ICT Communication Unit
Academic Application Division
- Academic & Student Application Unit
- Academic Support Application Unit
Strategic Management & Innovation Division
- Open Source Initiative & Advance Technology Unit
- Administrative Application Unit
- Quality Control Unit
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Centre for IT Development & Services (CITDS), which is also known as Pusat Pembangunan & Khidmat IT (PPKTM) provides Information & Communication Technology (ICT) services to the whole campus users. CITDS plays a major role in planning, managing and driving ICT adoption and application as well as providing ICT services to the university, including the provisioning of system management applications, technical support, network infrastructure and ICT security.Meet CITDS' Management
Route To CITDS
Direction which guide the route to Centre for IT Development & Services (CITDS) from UNIMAS main entrance.
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Partners & Collaborations
Collaboration between Government Agencies/Companies with CITDS is a working recursive process to achieve shared goals where two or more people or organizations work together to achieve that goals. Here are some of the Partners and Collaborations with CITDS.View Partners & Collaborations
Here are some of the affiliates for CITDS which comprises organizations in and outside UNIMAS.View Affiliates
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CITDS has few facilities available for Training Room, Meeting Room and Recreational Room but currently these rooms are for in-house purposes only and utilized by CITDS' staff.CITDS' Facilities
Community & Industry Engagement
We are committed in helping others in need. Our team consists of Academicians, Researchers and sometimes Students.
The focus is to educate the local communities on the latest ICT technologies and also to help them by applying ICT in their daily works.View in Action
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A memorandum of agreement (MOA) is a written document describing a cooperative relationship between two parties wishing to work together on a project or to meet an agreed upon objective. An MOA serves as a legal document and describes the terms and details of the partnership agreement.Local MoU/MoA