Publications & Reports
ICTS annual report
ICTS compiles an annual report which showcases the work that the department has done during the year as well as speak to people that we work with on and off campus.Click on the hyperlink to open a pdf version of the report.
ICTS runs a variety of surveys on an annual basis. These surveys are used as a tool to get feedback from campus on what they think of our services and what their experience has been using it.
UCT also participates in the annual EDUCAUSE Centre for Analysis and Research (ECAR) Study of Undergraduate Students and Information Technology.
- ECAR UCT results 2016
- ECAR UCT results 2015
- ECAR UCT results 2014
- ECAR UCT results 2013
- ECAR UCT results 2012
Bits & Bytes newsletter
The ICTS Bits & Bytes monthly newsletter covers a range of ICT topics that can assist you in keeping up to date on the latest technology trends. The newsletters also includes a range of tips and tricks to assist you in working more effectively, as well as an overview of the services that we offer. If you are not already a member, subscribe to the newsletter mailing list.
View the newsletter archive to see previous editions of Bits & Bytes.
ICTS blog articles
Technology can assist you in using your time more efficiently, if you know how to go about doing it. These articles can therefore be used as a guide on how to be more aware when using social media, how to ensure that you and your belongings are safe, recommendations for sending emails, tips for working from and even how to handle the dreaded loadshedding.
ICTS Announcement Archive
View all the announcements sent to campus via the ICTS announce-l mailing list. These announcements:
- Information about problems as they are discovered
- Status of efforts to solve reported problems
- Important changes to the network
- Scheduled maintenance slots and upgrades for servers and services
- Internet connectivity problems
- Important information about the network and its services
In the media
ICT products and services are often featured in UCT’s media. This may be due to the launch or upgrade to a new service, tips and tricks on how to do things more efficiently or about a campaign that is underway.
The ICTS Communications team uses a range of communications tools to either promote a new service, run a campaign or inform campus about an event or survey that is currently underway. If you would like to see samples of these posters, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.