DoIT is organized into four areas of focus: University Mission, Core Services, Enterprise & Information Security Services and Business Services. Click below to see details on the departments and leaders in each area.
Enterprise & Information Security Services
Two DoIT departments provide services that support the enterprise business systems and cybersecurity operations of the Division.
Notable DoIT Initiatives
IT initiatives & major upgrades
This collection of DoIT internal and university collaborative projects charts a new course for information technology at UW–Madison.
Women in IT
UW Women in IT (WIT) develops strategies to improve the recruitment, retention and advancement of women working in IT on campus.
IT Governance gives formal structure and process to IT decision-making about priorities, policies, budgets and effectiveness.
DoIT by the numbers
Faculty served by DoIT
University employees served by DoIT
Students served by DoIT
The number of DoIT employees
DoIT’s annual budget
Latest DoIT news & posts
More than 500 million LinkedIn profiles have been recently scraped, including accounts with @wisc.edu email addresses. Learn what this means and find out if your account was exposed in this or other security breaches. Continue Reading Has Your LinkedIn Account Been Exposed?
The UW–Madison Office of Cybersecurity is rolling out Cybersecurity Awareness Training that must be completed by all faculty and staff (excluding graduate students and undergraduate student employees) by Jun 30. Continue Reading Mandatory Cybersecurity Awareness Training Coming Apr 26
Whether you’re looking to boost your resume or pick up new skills for class, STS is an easy way for undergrads and grad students to learn new technology—for FREE! Continue Reading Learn New Tech Skills With Software Training For Students (STS)
How does "gamification" make learning fun, while making you feel good? Why is it important and how is it connected to an upcoming campus rollout? Continue Reading Looking for some gamification to spice up your life?
We are not immune to things going on in the rest of the world. Criminal hackers are well funded and becoming more sophisticated. So what can IT departments do to be more secure? Continue Reading Our New Year’s Resolution: Improve our IT security posture