ISBS attempts to ensure availability of state-of-the-art IT infrastructure which enables effective delivery of teaching learning processes. Following are the details of IT infrastructure and its utility on campus:
Well-equipped Computer Lab: ISBS has well equipped computer Lab with LAN connectivity. Lab is effectively used in teaching learning process by both Faculty and Staff.
Hardware Resources: Institute has provided dedicated workstations for every Faculty member. Faculty and staff are also provided laptops on need basis for ease of work and effective delivery of assigned task. Every Faculty room has been provided printers as shared resource and scanners are available in library and computer room to be used as and when required. Projection Television sets has been installed in the corridor which is used for internal information dissemination and live streaming business news channels to keep students and staff updated on latest developments.
Software Resources: Based on requirement, licensed software has been installed across campus. Every Staff, Faculty and Student is given a unique Microsoft Id to be used for all official purposes. IT team has created common and shared online storage facility available in institute’s intranet named File Transfer Protocol (FTP). Updated Anti-virus protection is available in all systems for data security. Latest Software tools like SPSS, SPSS Amos, and Prowess and the like have been installed in computer lab.
Network Resources: Leased Line and Wi-Fi facility is available on campus for seamless connectivity for users. OneDrive (previously SkyDrive), which is a Microsoft’s service for hosting files in the “cloud” Office Online services, is also available for all Outlook users. Through this facility, files can be synced to a PC and accessed from a web browser or a mobile device, as well as shared publicly or with specific individuals.
IPad to Faculty Members – Every Faculty member has been provided I-pads. Select classrooms have also been equipped with Apple TV. Faculty members use them for training students on skills like GD, PI and sharing real time data during lectures.