Technology Support

The Technology Support group provides technology support for microcomputers, software and audiovisual equipment to our students, faculty and staff. They endeavor to understand the needs and requirements of our customers, and thrive to be responsive, reliable and conclusive with issue resolution. 

 
We strive to be a leader in providing our customers with value-added technology support that is prompt, proactive, highly responsive and agile to the needs of the college community.  Our promise is that our staff will always be professional, courteous, helpful and have the customer’s perspective in mind as we work to exceed their expectation.”
  Ed “Stan” Stanaland,  Assistant Director of Technology Support
 
Technology Support persists in maintaining an environment for the college that is cutting-edge with the latest technology in hardware and software. It works to help transform student lives by making available the latest hardware and software being utilized in the workplace today, and opportunity to thrive in a global environment.  This effort support the college-wide goal of strengthening student success by providing accessibility to technology for research and coursework.
 
Technology Support is currently involved with the following major projects:
  • Windows 7 migration: This allows our Students, Faculty and Staff to gain experience with the latest Operating System. It increases their productivity by enhanced support, function and speed.
  • Office 2010 upgrade: This allows our Students, Faculty and Staff to gain experience with the latest Office suite. It increases their productivity by enhanced support, function and speed. This software is also a provides integration of multiple applications into one interactive suite.
  • Adobe Acrobat X Professional: Allows Faculty and Staff to use Adobe Pro with Office 2010. Provides access to departmental forms and service templates.
  • Newton Campus Student area equipment upgrade: Provide students current hardware and software to increase application speed and processing power. Introduces students to current industry business applications.
  • Newton Jag Spot renovation: Provide better service to Students and improve variation of equipment for their use.
  • Clarkston Jag Spot renovation: Provide better service to Students and improve variation of equipment for their use.
  • Alpharetta Center Student area equipment upgrades: Provide better service to Students and improve variation of equipment for their use.
  • Alpharetta Center Computer classroom additions: Provide increased technology and student access to academic instruction, and provide a full time testing area.
  • Dunwoody Campus Art room renovations: Provide better electrical connections to 4 computer classrooms and an air-conditioned data closet.
  • GPC Online Faculty equipment upgrade: Equipment refresh that will enhance technology equipment for online instructors.
Contact Information:
Stan Stanaland
Assistant Director - Technology Support
678-891-3485
 
 
 

Service Desk Hours

Monday - Thursday
7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
 
Friday
7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
 

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Need help with a computer issue, software problem, or other technology related issue?  Visit us at the Service Desk page to find answers or get help:
 
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678-891-3460
 

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