Research technology service
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Apps Anywhere is the University's centralised store of applications that can be run on any user's PC. It includes many applications useful for researchers.
Microsoft Teams is a collaboration and productivty tool for University staff.
Security vulnerability notification service
The University Computer Security Incident Response Team (CSIRT) offer a service to email you any new high priority security vulnerabilities.
The University Safepod allows researchers to receive and view sensitive data in a secure environment on-campus, without having to travel to the source.
Exporting publications from PURE
The Research and Innovation Services Team can assist researchers in exporting their PURE profile and publications in a format suitable for transferring to another University.
Security incident response
If there has been a security or data breach, the St Andrews Computer Security Incident Response Team (CSIRT) will manage the incident on your behalf.
Writing for the web training
Digital communications offers training to researchers on how to effectively communicate via the web.
Research software development support and advice
The Research Computing team offer comprehensive advice for all researchers who are currently writing code or developing software.
The Digital Communications Team can conduct usability testing on any interactive research output.
Security requirements and grant application advice
The University Computer Security Incident Response Team (CSIRT) can advise at any stage of your research for security-related advice. They also can advise and provide costings at the grant proposal stage.