Information technology is a vital component in the support of teaching, learning, research, and administration in higher education. NUML Pakistan students, faculty, and staff have driven the adoption of technology that supports all of these areas on our campuses just as they have in their personal lives.
The University’s expanded use of technology and the growth of its global footprint increases the demand for advanced technology capabilities and services. As the University’s information technology department is committed to listen and lead in the delivery of technology services and information resources in this dynamic environment.
The University continues to be challenged to contain costs, achieve operating efficiencies, and leverage available University resources. NUML continues to explore and deploy new scalable service delivery models, utilize University governance structures that support and facilitate thoughtful investment decisions for new and existing enterprise systems, review and prioritize enterprise system enhancements with the counsel of their advisory groups.
NUML ICT is based on four technological pillars i.e.
- Technology Infrastructure Development
- Common Applications & Online Services
- Infrastructure Strengthening
- Capacity Building of Teaching/Administration Resources
These pillars are further elaborated the complete vision and objective of ICT strategy at NUML however it continues to focus on a number of critical objectives:
• Remaining knowledgeable about new and innovative technologies that can
be deployed to facilitate change and continuous improvement in the learning,
teaching, research, and administration of NUML.
• Providing technology that addresses the University’s expanding global footprint and
encourages NUML community relationships across time and distance.
• Promoting technology best practices and the adoption of new technologies that
address the expanding technology demands of the University community and the
incoming workforce, by continuing a robust and inclusive strategic planning process
and fostering a continuous learning environment.
• Expanding and enhancing information security practice through education and the
use of automated assessment activities, testing, and forensic services.
• Assessing whether services should be provided internally or externally to best meet
University needs based on value, quality, and security.
• Promoting policies in the use of technology by the University community.
• Continuing to focus on energy-efficient Sustainable technology service choices.
• Developing funding models for information technology that address the need for
timely decisions on technology