Enterprise Infrastructure Services

  • GatorLink Services: UF policy requires all students, faculty and staff to have a GatorLink account. Your GatorLink account provides you with access to e-mail and space for Web pages. Your GatorLink username is required to access administrative services provided by UF such as the myUFL portal, One.UF, Grade-a-Gator and many other services. Read more...
  • Accounts & Passwords: EIS automatically keeps track of the daily charges that are applied to your account based on your use of resources. Your account will be billed monthly. Along with your username and account, you will also be given a temporary password which you should change the first time you use a new system. Read more...
  • Web & Server Hosting: EIS offers a number of UFIT sponsored hosting services. These services are designed to help UF organizations meet their computing needs without losing focus on their core missions. Read more...
  • Backup & Offsite Storage: The University of Florida maintains for an enormous amount of data -- including academic records, research databases and business systems -- like personnel, payroll, purchasing, accounting, general ledger, and a host of other types of records. To safeguard the University's critical data, UF Enterprise Infrastructure Services (EIS) has implemented a service based on IBM's Tivoli Storage Manager (TSM). Read more...
  • Network Services: Network Services ties everything together by connecting individual workstations, servers, and networks to each other. This involves hardware, software, and wires. Concomitant with networking itself are the areas of telephony and network security. Read more...