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If you need help or wish to report a problem please contact the IS Service Desk:

Online: https://napier.unidesk.ac.uk/
Email: ISServiceDesk@napier.ac.uk
Telephone: ext 3000 or (0131) 455 3000 from an external line.


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Latest Staff IT News


Information Services Roadshow

Monday 19th – Thursday 22nd February


Come along to the iServices Roadshow to:

  • Meet and chat with Information Services staff members
  • Learn about our new and upcoming services
  • Discover what we do and how we can help you


We’ll be visiting the following locations from 12 midday until 2pm:

  • Monday 19th February - Craiglockhart Foyer
  • Tuesday 20th February - Merchiston Foyer
  • Thursday 22nd February – Sighthill LRC Level 1

We’ll give you lots of information, and even some free ice cream!

We look forward to seeing you then.



Sighthill Group Study Room Online Bookings

Now Available for Students

Information Services are delighted to announce that the new online Group Study Room Booking system for students is now available at the Sighthill Campus.


The system, which has been implemented in response to student feedback, was initially piloted at Craiglockhart and is now being rolled out to the other campuses.


The new system enables students to book and check availability of the Library Student Group Study Rooms online.


For further information please visit myNapier.

Please note:  the Group Study Rooms are solely for the use of students.



Updates to Temporary Accounts


Information Services have added new services to the Event Accounts system where staff can request network access accounts for visitors, contractors or temporary students, staff or personnel.


This is integral to the University’s ongoing commitment to ensure the security of the electronic infrastructure and to align with GDPR requirements in protecting your information, access to email and other critical services.


The following improvements have been made:

  • Four additional types of accounts have been added: Immigration & Finance, Exam, Clearing and NorMAN helpdesk.
  • The online application to use the Virtual Private Network (VPN) is now included in the Contractor’s Account.


Find out more about Temporary Accounts

Find out more about Event Accounts



Google Chrome Update and University Websites


Information Services are aware that the latest version of Google Chrome (version 62) released from 17 October 2017 onwards, will impact some University websites.  


The update introduces a change in settings which requires that websites containing data input fields (including search functionality) should be served securely.  This means that any page that allow users to enter data that is served via http (rather than https) will receive a warning that the page is not secure.



You should not be concerned if you receive this message, the websites can still be accessed in the same way as they could before the upgrade.   Read more...



Information and IT Strategies


The Edinburgh Napier University Information Strategy and IT Strategy are available for download. Please click on the links below to download them in pdf format.


Information is a key strategic asset and a crucial element of University business.


This Strategy provides a guide to its management, use and governance and is relevant to every single member of the University.
 Information Strategy




The IT Strategy establishes priorities for the future development of, and investment in, an information technology-based environment.


This will support the learning, teaching, research and business needs of the University and all its members.


IT Strategy