Enterprise Infrastructure (EI) offers a wide range of IT expertise and services to operate and support the university’s central network and compute infrastructures. The mission of the Enterprise Infrastructure division is to architect, build, operate, and enhance infrastructure in support of academic, research, clinical, and administrative functions of Rutgers University.
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About our organization, services, and units
Construction Management Services
Design, installation, and management of the the university telecommunication Inside Plant (ISP) cable plant.
Data Center Services
Enterprise Infrastructure operates and maintains central data center services in several locations on and off campus.
DNS and DHCP Services
Enterprise Infrastructure provides central Domain Name Services (DNS) and Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP).
eduroam is a free and secure wireless network available to the Rutgers community when visiting participating universities.
Network Operations and Architecture (NOA) Services
NOA services include network infrastructure planning and operations, as well as network administrator resources.
Network Operations Center
See more about network operations and architecture services, including data/wireless/media and infrastructure operations.
Network Access Control (NAC)
Services include access control policy resources and Prime network administrator access information.
Outside Plant and Documentation Services
View related services such as info on the university’s telecommunication distribution system.
Project Management Office (PMO)
IT project management services that are offered through the Project Management Office.
Rutgers Active Directory (RAD)
RAD eases collaboration between departments by providing a centralized Enterprise Shared Services platform for services like authentication and messaging.
RUWireless Secure is the secure wireless network available to the Rutgers community throughout the university.
Security Operations Center
Security operations can help secure a network, provide guidance for best practices, and assist in extending reach safely and effectively.
Learn more about video conferencing equipment and systems simulating an environment where all participants are together in the same room.
Learn more about the Rutgers University Television Network (RU-tv), including key support information.
The virtual infrastructure hosting environment is available for all IT departments and the Rutgers community.
Virtual Private Networking (VPN)
VPN provides connectivity that allows remote computers to behave as though they were directly attached to the campus network infrastructure.
Voice services assists users with the support of VoIP telephones, voicemail, analog services, and audio conferencing.
Enterprise Infrastructure Executive Leadership
Associate Vice President of Enterprise Infrastructure
Bill Lansbury leads the Enterprise Infrastructure division, providing university-wide infrastructure services for the Office of Information Technology and partners within Rutgers IT. Responsibilities include the enterprise network, voice, video, cable-plants, data centers, servers, storage, and cloud computing in support of teaching, research, healthcare, and administration. Bill held various technical and leadership roles with the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey (UMDNJ) prior to its merger with Rutgers.