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New study area keeps the School of Information Technology one step ahead

The School of Information Technology is continually refining its offerings to ensure they are in line with the demand for graduates with skills in new technologies. 

In response to market demand and recent industry developments, the School has implemented a specialist study area in cloud computing, called Infrastructure. With computer power becoming inexpensive, technologies such as cloud computing infrastructure and virtualisation are becoming popular as consumers of IT services are no longer bound to the need to acquire and support specific hardware implementation but instead access these ‘on-demand’ from a networked service provider. Students within the School of Information Technology have the option of studying Infrastructure at both an undergraduate and postgraduate level. 

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