The Learning Commons educational computing lab is located at HSC-1B7 and serves the Faculty of Health Sciences faculty, staff, and students. It is equipped with 32 student PCs and set up for easy screen sharing from the instructor PC.
Our leading edge smart classrooms come equipped to support all styles of teaching and learning. CSU technicians are available for support during business hours.
We provide digital signage in high traffic areas throughout McMaster University Health Sciences Centre and the MDCL building. Digital signage is intended for any educational and research events.
Check our hardware store for a wide variety of products.
Our technicians can help with an issue remotely using this service.
Desktop support is a cornerstone of the services CSU can provide for you. Our qualified technicians will expertly handle setup & installation, network configurations, and repairs & upgrades.
DaaS replaces physical desktop computers with virtual machines running on CSU servers. This provides a wide range of benefits over traditional desktop computing.
Microsoft provides a number of services to McMaster students, faculty, and staff.
CSU offers a high performance, reliable on premise cloud infrastructure. We will work with you to determine the required resources and support for your specific applications. Our Tier 4 datacentre offers a climate controlled, secure environment with access to emergency power, Anti-Virus solutions, firewall, backup, among other supported items.
CSU provides data integrity and security for the servers and computers in Faculty of Health Sciences. CSU gives advice on the level of security that is required for different types of data based on requirements of legislation and the Information and Privacy Commissioner of Ontario. Our datacenter offers a secure environment to store sensitive data.
Access the Faculty of Health Sciences network through the University's intranet.
CSU offers a variety of platforms and strategies that can meet your scope of work, including using off-the-shelf, cloud-based or in-house developed software applications.
CSU can assist in managing your project from assistance with scope development through to implementation.
Many older database systems exist that can be modernized, or re-developed to utilize current technical or business requirements. CSU has assisted many departments in providing solutions for data extraction, reporting and database updating on legacy systems.
Web pages are essential for communicating and promoting the services and academic achievements for the various educational departments across McMaster and Health Sciences. CSU has experience with developing templates and sites that are compliant to both ADOA and the McMaster brand and style guidelines. We can assist in all aspects of a web development project, from design & layout, to training and site maintenance.
Understanding PCI compliancy can be expensive, complicated and require specialty knowledge in handling payment methods. CSU has developed a payment card process that meets PCI compliancy, and is easy to incorporate into your web page.
CSU can develop extensive training materials and sessions to meet the time requirements for your I.T. project. Sessions can be one on one, or in class. CSU also has experience in designing customized help and support solutions for applications that have a large user base or are for critical, time sensitive applicant or test based processes.