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Phone  850.599.3560
Fax  850.561.2292

Information Technology Services
1610 S. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
University Commons Room G126 (Ground Floor-Southside)
Tallahassee, FL 32307

Web Team

The FAMU Web Team is committed to bringing quality web services to faculty, students, staff, and users all over the world.  

Task Management System (TMS)
The TMS allows faculty & staff to report various technology problems, data requests, and submit various requests where managers are able to distribute the work-load and service the needs of the FAMU community.  The TMS allows for a strategic efficient approach to servicing the needs of the university.  With each task, there's a complete history from request to completion allowing managers and users to look at their past efforts, response times, etc., and tweak their efforts to provide the best service to users.

Content Management System (CMS)
The CMS helps to keep the FAMU Website accurate and up-to-date.  In efforts to continue to provide quality web experiences, the website content should be kept current with the latest information.  The CMS allows content managers all over campus to maintain their departmental websites and keep the website current.

FamCast is The Florida A&M University Webcast System.  Since it's inception, FamCast has been committed to bringing quality audio and video content to rattlers and users all over the internet.  Over the years, FamCast has allowed users all over the nation to be a part of FAMU Athletic Events, Homecoming Festivities, Board of Trustees/Governor's Meetings, Lectures, and much much more.  FamCast is also responsible for streaming the FAMU Campus Radio Station, WANM 90.5.  Users are able to tune into the various shows that go on throughout the day 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Web Applications/Systems Development
The webteam is responsible for creating applications and systems to further enhance the quality of the service of the university.  Although these systems may not be made public, these tools help administrators provide better service to the university.