Meet the Team
Assistant Vice Chancellor for IT and Deputy Chief Information Officer - OCIO
In his role as Deputy CIO, Lyle is responsible for partnering with the campus community to develop comprehensive, cost-effective strategies for deploying and supporting innovative technologies that advance the teaching, research and public service mission of UC Berkeley. The areas of IT overseen by Lyle include: Administrative IT Systems, API, Infrastructure Services and Telecommunications, Enterprise Data, and Intercollegiate Athletics IT.
Lyle joined Berkeley in 2008 as the Haas School of Business’ first Chief Information Officer, and prior to stepping into his current role, he held the position of Interim Associate Vice Chancellor – IT and Chief Information Officer for Berkeley. Before joining UC Berkeley, Lyle held senior-level IT positions in the private sector, including: Chief Information Officer at First Franklin (a subsidiary of Merrill Lynch), Vice President of IT and Operations at DigitalThink, Director of Customer Satisfaction Center at Autodesk, and 13 years at Apple in several senior leadership roles.
Information Services and Technology (IST) is a division of the Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO) and consists of the following departments:
- Architecture, Platforms and Integration (API) works with individual customers and departments to meet customer needs, providing expert assistance and service management.
- Administrative IT Solutions provides application systems development and best practices for enterprise and unit-specific application software in support of administrative functions, academic functions, and public service.
- Enterprise Data provides database and enterprise data warehouse services for the campus.
- Infrastructure Services and Telecommunications provides core infrastructure technology services to the campus, a common, reliable, standards-based technical environment, and cyber-infrastructure for research and education. We also provide voice and data services for the campus which includes wired data ports, Wi-Fi, desk phones and cellular service.