About the Deanship
The Deanship of Information Technology was established by the High Order dated 1431/11/12 AH to provide technical and operational services to university students, faculty members, and staff. Over time, the Deanship's technical practices have evolved to providing effective professional services that facilitate and organize the university's work on integrated technical infrastructure, advanced data centers, and comprehensive coverage of telecommunications networks. The Deanship also manages numerous regulations, applications, databases, and supportive services for staff, such as IP phones, e-mails, e-transactions, e-archiving, e-management of committees and councils, and Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP). Following the university's Strategic Plan, the Deanship tries to meet the requirements of university entities to find digital solutions to its procedures through effective and secure systems and applications. The Deanship of Information Technology also provides technical support services and maintenance of computer laboratories, computers, and accessories for faculty and staff in all University branches. It offers technical support for screens, projectors, and speakers in halls and theatres. Moreover, the Deanship of Information Technology activated its government Service Bus (GSB) to exchange data accurately, electronically, and safely with many public sectors.