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Information Technology Policies

Information Technology Policies

One of the most important attributes of Information Technology (IT) policies is that they be readily available. That's why we publish the most current policies that impact our users' ability to take advantage of UD's information technologies. These policies:

  • provide general guidance on how to identify acceptable tools, what users should and shouldn't do on UD's network and things we all need to keep UD's computing community and the data of its customers safe and secure
  • provide direction on specific legislative or industry requirements
  • have the potential for helping folks understand the what and the how and, most importantly, the why
  • do not necessarily prevent folks from doing undesired things
  • makes people a part of the best-practices solution

University of Dayton Information Technology Policies


For questions relating to the University policies of Information Technology, please contact:

Gurvinder Rekhi, Vice President and Chief Information Officer