- Please see below for contact information based on the standard solutions listed on our SSP Templates. Other tools, services, and methods can be used to comply with the NIST 800-171 requirements, but the use of these solutions can make the process far easier.
- Approved Tools, Services and Endpoint Software. When using a Georgia Tech Issued System, be sure the system has the Approved Endpoint Software loaded. Should you be remoting into a system here on campus using a personal machine, be sure to use VPN as well as ensure that you have antimalware software loaded onto your system.
Black-and-white and color printing available at various Georgia Tech campus locations.
Systems Management software for remotely managing large groups of endpoint systems.
General-use student computing resources designed for individual and group productivity hosted in the Library Commons and Student Center.
Network and Internet access support for the various constituency groups at Georgia Tech.
Access and support for a variety of personal and team-based file storage solutions whereby data is maintained, managed and backed up remotely and made available to users over the Internet.Solutions include Georgia Tech's own GT Prism, Microsoft Office 365 OneDrive and Dropbox Enterprise (for faculty and staff only).
Georgia Tech maintains a site license for Qualtrics Research Suite (also known as Survey Platform). The license is currently administered by the Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts with help from others around campus, and extends to all faculty, staff, and students.
Basic functionality support for various end-point productivity programs, including components of Microsoft's Office 365 Online productivity Suite for Georgia Tech subscribers.
Protection against security threats for client devices such as desktops, laptops and other wireless and mobile devices.
Central hosting and support for GitHub, a web-based version control software solution for software code and document management.
Centralized distribution of bulk, volume and site-licensed software for general consumption.Cdms net label database.
In accordance with Georgia Tech's current operations and for the health and safety of lab staff, RNOC is continuing a contactless process for checking devices in and out of the lending library at this time. Please contact [email protected] with any issues.
Available devices can be found here.
Checking Out a Device
To check out a device, please complete the request form. You must be signed into your Georgia Tech account in order to complete the form. After receiving, RNOC staff will review your request within two business days and respond to the inquiry via email. Devices will be placed in a secured location for your pick up at the Technology Square Research Building and contactless pickup instructions will be provided.
Gatech Dropbox Login
Returning a Device
Gatech Dropbox Sign In
To return a device, please visit the Technology Square Research Building (TSRB). In the hallway in front of the RNOC lab (Suite 122), there is a secured dropbox where you can return the device. You can access TSRB any time between 7 am-7 pm using your BuzzCard to enter the building. Please make sure to factory reset the device and clear any passcodes used before returning. Once you return, please notify [email protected] with your name, email and device(s) returned.