Services Provided by BIT
BIT provides a variety of services to our clients, including: project management, technology integration, software and hardware, hosting, email capabilities, voicemail and phone services, document imaging, network storage, help desk support services, GIS, ongoing technology maintenance and much more.
Below is a service listing of what you can expect to receive from our organization.
BIT provides a variety of application services ranging from defining business processes to software development and hosting applications as well as document imaging and enterprise application integration solutions.
In order for state government processes and services to function properly, there are key components that must connect and interact with one another to ensure the appropriate information and resources are available to the citizens of South Dakota. These processes and services include networking, messaging, phone services, conferencing and state radio communications.
Data storage is provided through a secure and reliable environment by using technologies that provide redundancies and the ability to restore lost or damaged data. In this section you will find a variety of information on databases, business continuity, network storage and environmental management.
State government employees rely heavily on their desktop computing environment to accomplish their day to day work. In this section you will find a variety of information on desktop management, asset distribution, printers along with specifics on hardware and software.
BIT offers up a variety of support services and operations to our clients through Help Desk assistance, information on billing and rates, project management responsibilities along with requirements and processes on proposal requests.
South Dakota Public Broadcasting (SDPB) is a statewide TV and radio broadcaster and the local affiliate to Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) and National Public Radio (NPR). SDPB is also the statewide point of contact for the Emergency Alert System (EAS) and Amber-Alert.