The department has thirteen laboratories to support teaching in the fields of software development and network technology. All laboratories are equipped with up-to-date computer hardware and software. They are interconnected through a network which is currently being enhanced to provide a Gigabit Ethernet backbone to each laboratory. In turn, this network is connected to a campus-wide network which provides access to other computing resources, including access to the Internet.

In addition, the following applications are available for teaching, project work and self-study in the computer laboratories: |Here|

The department has more than 300 PCs which are supported by a range of Linux and Window 2000 servers, together with a dedicated server for multimedia applications development. All machines are networked together forming a departmental sub-network under the campus-wide network. Students can also access the computing facilities of the College Computer Center.

The data studio mainly equipped with big data servers and Hadoop platform with analytics tools, such as, data visualization software, business intelligence system, statistical analysis packages and artificial intelligence programming tools. The data studio aims to serve corporates in different domains, such as, finance, retail, technology, medical and the government, etc., helping them to discover the hidden values of data, analyze business intelligence and to develop more efficient big-data-driven decision-making systems.