IT infrastructure consists of the equipment, systems, software, and services used in common across an organization, regardless of mission/program/project. IT Infrastructure also serves as the foundation upon which the city’s information systems and capabilities are built.
The network team designs, manages, and monitors the city’s LAN/WAN and wireless networks. This team is also responsible for unified communication, phones, and call center deployments.
The datacenter team is responsible for server hardware/software, printing, physical datacenters and related services, backup and disaster recovery.
This team designs, implements and supports the city’s fiber optic and copper cabling plants, and is responsible for telecommunication/datacenter layout.
The communications team manages the city’s radio systems, public safety subscriber units, oversees vehicle technology installations, and performs a variety of additional electronics related support.
This team helps protect the City of Boise from cybersecurity threats, and strives to ensure a secure environment for the city’s information assets.