Clemson Computing and Information Technology, or CCIT, provides a leading-edge integrated information environment integral to teaching, learning, and research. We are a formidable force for innovation, diverse in people, talents, expertise and breadth of function, collectively responsible for developing, steering and maintaining Clemson’s IT infrastructure.
Brian D. Voss was named Interim Vice President and Chief Information Officer to a one-year term starting June 1, 2021. Voss brings broad and deep experience across the spectrum of higher education information technology, built through a 35-year career of achievements in IT leadership: strategic planning, user services, teaching and learning support, networks/ telecommunications, academic and research computing, and enterprise/university information systems.
CCIT is the primary provider of computing resources and IT support for Clemson University. CCIT consists of several key functions reporting to the CIO with service operation and delivery also reporting.
Operational services include Enterprise Systems and Applications, Customer Relations, Infrastructure Services and Operations, Cyberinfrastructure Technology Integration, and Medicaid IT Services.
Key functional areas include Internal Operations, Information Security, and Communication Strategies and Sponsored Research.
Within this framework, the groups that manage the various aspects of these areas leverage the common synergies and provide comprehensive solutions, to the benefit of faculty, students, and the greater user community. CCIT is committed to providing an integrated approach to high-performance computing environments and traditional computing.
…includes nine departments, organized by IT discipline and grouped by function and target customer.
…includes 15 addresses on and off campus.