It is the responsibility of the Information Technology Division of the Finance Department to provide technological assistance, uniformity, and control in the analysis, design, development, and functionality of all data processing and computer system services.
The Division oversees a wide and varied network of hardware, and software. The network connects Town Hall, Public Services, Wastewater Treatment Plant, Highway Garage, Neighborhood Guild, and Adult Day Services. These buildings are connected through the Town’s own cabling system maintained by the Communications Department. The buildings connected in this fashion allow for full access to all Town network services (servers, printers, firewall protection, internet use, email, etc.) wherever deemed necessary.
This division is responsible for the operation and maintenance of five (5) physical servers, five (5) virtual servers, one (1) storage area network device (SAN), one hundred (100) personal computers, thirty-five (35) printers and ten (10) routers and switches.