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Overview

The Information Technology Services (ITS) Office of the De La Salle University was established to provide the highest quality service responsive to and meeting the information needs and computerization requirements of both the academic community and the various administrative units in the university.

The Information Technology Services Office supervises, coordinates and controls the IT environmental scanning for administrative applicability in the university, the development and provision of the university data resource (computerized and non-computerized), computer and network facilities, information systems and services, and the design and/or improvement of university processes with the end-view that such services effectively respond to the requirements of the university, and in harmony with the overall plan for the DLSU System Schools.

IT Articles


Software Technology Professor Speaks on Game Development

Jose Ronello Bartolome, assistant professor of the College of Computer Studies Software Technology Department, was a resource speaker during the “Mobile Game Development”.

Importance of Web in Info Dissemination

The number of offices and organizations within De La Salle University-Manila (DLSU-M) that use the Internet, or the Web, in information dissemination consistently rises. This is mainly due to the accessibility, accuracy and real-time delivery of information posted on the Web.

A Good Staff Rating System Benefits All

(By Samuel Mallare, MIS Asia Magazine, March 2003)
An effective performance review not only helps your employees do better.

Garcia Launches E-marketing Book

(Third article in the DLSU Newsletter's Faculty News, Vol. 34 No. 32)
Dr. Leonardo Garcia, Jr., the Director of the College of Business and Economics Graduate Studies launched his new book, e-Marketing, in a faculty development seminar he conducted and which was sponsored by the Association of Marketing Educators-Philippines.

Online Banking

Online banking is the ability to make banking transactions on the web.

SSL, PKI, Encrypt, Decrypt… Anybody?

More and more people today are transacting business over the Internet.

ITS Features


Green and All Wired Up

The Web Philippines, August 1, 2002 by Janice Pelayo

IT departments focus on collaboration, CRM

Computerworld, January 14, 2002 by Rosary Grace D. Sarmiento

Inside an E-classroom

The Philippine Star, October 26, 2001 by Eden Estopace

Contact Information

Information Technology Services Office
Room 308 Gokongwei Hall
2401 Taft Avenue, Malate
1004 Manila, Philippines

Tel. Nos.: (632) 524-4611 loc 310 (trunk line)
(632) 526-4242 (direct line)
Fax No.: (632) 302-4234
Email: ITCenter@dlsu.edu.ph