About The Center
The Computer Center was established at the University of Jordan by a Royal Decree in (1976). It was outfitted with devices, servers and software necessary for the work of the Center and the service of colleges, units and centers of the University, in addition to the local community.
The Center consists of four main departments:
Systems and Development Department
The Systems and Development Department consists of a number of sections which
are responsible for following up maintenance and operation phases of the
following systems...Read More.
Infrastructure and Networks Department
The Infrastructure and Networks Department is responsible for overseeing the wired and wireless networks infrastructure operations. It consists of two sections, the Wired and Wireless Networks Section and the Internet and Safety Section.
Database and Data Retrieval Department
The Database Department is responsible for ensure maximum up time for the database so that it is always available when needed. This will typically involve proactive periodic monitoring and troubleshooting. Other closely related tasks and roles are database security, database monitoring and troubleshooting, and planning for future growth.
Quality assurance and Technical services department
he Quality Assurance and Technical Services Department was introduced at the Computer Center under the Deans’ Council decision on October 15, 2012. The Department has the obligations to apply quality standards and procedures, document and follow up different tasks and provide IT services in a quality manner, contribute to the organization of administrative procedures and interactions among different departments, and to specify tasks and document work procedures.