The main responsibilities and activities of IT Department are to:
- Provide, manage and ensure the satisfactory operation of joint computer and software facilities for the students and departments that require these facilities.
- Provide technical assistance to various users.
- Ensure the monitoring of the computer network at the campus, and the coordination of inter-connections and the management of overall computer facilities for the whole campus.
- Provide computer facilities for the campus administration.
The Pyramid College of Business & Technology visualizes centralized computing facility, campus wide networking and information technology as a means to enrich the educational experience and invigorate emerging areas of scholarly research and education. Telecommunication and IT is a mixture of tools that can improve the nature and efficiency of institute.
- College data - Data that is created, collected and stored (either electronically or in hard copy) by units and members of the College community, in support of academic, research, and administrative activities. Including the data that is created, collected and stored by all units and members of the College community, in support of academic and administrative activities. Administrative data about teaching, learning, research and scholarly activity, such as grades, attendance, research grants held and publications generated, is considered institutional data.
- Research data - Data that is created by or derived from research, scholarly, and artistic activities.
- Personal data - Data that contains personal information about an identifiable individual which may include his/her transcripts, PAN Card, Adhaar Card, Matriculation or other qualification certificates. This data if compromised or used inappropriately would have implications to the privacy of an individual.
- Third-party data - Data that is created or owned by a third party and is being used in support of academic, research and administrative activities. This data if compromised or used inappropriately would have implications for the third party. This includes data such as licensed software or software components, and copyrighted material.