More and more UGA colleges, departments and administrative units are hosting their servers that contain critical systems and data in the Boyd Data Center. The center was renovated in 2006 to include a 4,300 square foot addition (for a total of 16,000 sq ft) and is supported by an enterprise class generator, remote camera monitoring, secure card access, 2 commercial UPS units, and a gas fire-suppression system. This expansion and renovation has allowed EITS to offer data center services to UGA colleges, departments and administrative units to host their servers that contain vital systems and data. Hosting your mission-critical systems in the Boyd Data Center provides peace of mind for securing your crucial data.
In addition to the critical centrally supported UGA servers and systems - such as the student and financial information systems, eLearning Commons, MyUGA (the UGA Portal), the main campus Web server, networking and telecommunication systems - the Boyd Data Center also hosts:
Hosting your important systems in the Boyd Data Center provides peace of mind for securing your crucial data.
As State and Federal regulations have become more stringent around the disposal of electronic media that may contain sensitive information, the ability to insure proper destruction of this media has grown in importance. The Boyd Data Center is pleased to support this life cycle end of sensitive information storage media with a new destruction service.
The process is easy to complete and inexpensive. Complete data destruction form. Bring the media and the form to the Boyd Data Center. Staff will register the receipt of the media and within 5 to 7 business days you will be emailed a certificate of destruction.
If you would like to utilize this service, please contact Jeff Teasley at email@example.com or 706-542-7802.
This document is not intended to endorse a particular vendor or model, but instead to suggest guidelines (which may be endorsed as "requirements") for equipment suitable for Data Center deployment.