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IT Services offers various equipment loaning to SFU members, including students, faculty and staff.

The Service Offerings under this service (namely request service and report issue) are created for Internal IT Services (i.e. IT Infrastructure team) to coordinate patches and outages with ATS (Administrative Technical Systems) team regarding any or all of the virtual servers that is maintained by ATS.

SFU's agreement with Adobe includes the Creative Suite, and Acrobat Pro.

Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) is a content management system for creating websites at SFU.

Alertus is an emergency system that sends a full screen message to all university managed computers in the event of an emergency.

Search and retrieve information about student awards and funding opportunities.

Recurring backup of IT Services hosted servers (physical, virtual), full server or file level restores upon request.‚Äč

Planning and consultation services to provide fault-tolerance and resiliency during major events.

Canvas is SFU's institutionally supported learning management system.

Classroom Technology Support provides booking, provisioning and on-site technical support (including maintenance and repair) of audio visual equipment for courses and events provided at SFU campuses.

Clockwork is the information management system used by the Centre for Accessible Learning (CAL) and is available to its students, faculty, and staff 24/7

An SFU computing account is your digital ID used to access university systems, such as email, wifi and more.

This system handles all aspects of parking management on SFU Campuses.
Students, Faculty, Staff and external visitors can purchase parking passes online prior to their visit. SFU issued parking tickets can also be paid online through this system.

Crowdmark is an online collaborative grading platform.

Date storage services, including consultation and requirements gathering.