SharePoint is a platform for websites for information exchange and online collaboration among a group of participants from within and outside the University.
ISSC provides university technical applications (concern systems) and the corresponding data files, as well as interfaces to other (concern) systems, and it carries out the operational administration of these applications.
ISSC provides databases and carries out the operational administration of these databases. Generally these are databases connected to the University technical applications.
ISSC offers possibilities for webhosting for specific purposes.
Operational administration, maintenance and exploitation of the server configurations subsumed under ISSC, including the accompanying operating systems (OS) and input and output devices.
In addition to the regular storage quota that is included in every account, it is possible to purchase large-scale data storage.
ISSC provides Directory Services and carries out the accompanying operational administration.
ISSC provides the e-mail facilities of ULCN and carries out the accompanying operational administration.
ISSC provides housing for ICT equipment for organisations affiliated with the University and for third parties, including power supply, climate control and security.
ISSC provides the university network (UL-Net) connecting the buildings, as well as the connections from UL-net to the networks of the University units and Surfnet, with the established level of availability and reliability.
ISSC is responsible for issuing IP address space within the University and connecting DNS servers to this space, in which context ISSC’s central task is to ensure the security of the central DNS facilities.
Processing applications for the registration of domain and/or sub-domain names under .NL which have come in through SC&M (Strategic Communication & Marketing).
With these NTP servers, different processes can be precisely timed. ISSC has made two NTP servers available to this end within the University.