Information on ITS’ web servers, web and network storage, and web hosting.
Service Summary Mason is a member of the Center for Internet Security (CIS) through the IT Security Office (ITSO). Mason systems administrators have access to… (READ MORE)
Service Summary The state-of-the-art Aquia Data Center offers both physical and virtual server colocation services within a secure operating environment dedicated to system availability and… (READ MORE)
Service Summary The Colocated VMware Virtual Infrastructure was developed to provide a highly available, redundant, structured, and secure clustered virtual environment to host departmental virtual… (READ MORE)
Service Summary eCUI is a virtual computing infrastructure to support research projects involving Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI) data which must follow the NIST 800-171R1 standard for data protection. The eCUI environment… (READ MORE)
Service Summary ITS provides hosting of departmental Linux servers and applications. Features and functions are dependent upon need. Key Features Hosted departmental Linux servers and… (READ MORE)
Service Summary The Enterprise Data Integration System (EDIS) Group offers systems integration and data exchange services. Getting This Service Click on the Mason Data Request button… (READ MORE)
Service Summary All registered students, faculty, staff, and authorized guests are eligible for mason.gmu.edu server accounts. The server hosts various applications, programming languages, and tools.… (READ MORE)
Service Summary Qualtrics, gmu.qualtrics.com, is a web-based survey tool to conduct survey research, evaluations, and other data collection activities. The Mason community can use this… (READ MORE)
Service Summary ITS can host specific Windows-based software for university departments and works with them to select the appropriate configuration based on software or vendor… (READ MORE)
Service Summary Web hosting allows for publishing websites. Mason offers free, secure, and reliable web hosting to individuals, departments, and organizations within the Mason community.