Holy Name University recognizes the importance of information and communications technology (ICT) in providing efficient and reliable service to its clients. As HNU grows, so does its ICT requirements and resources. In order to further manage and improve this aspect of the university, the administration created the Information Resources Management Center-Computing and Communications Services at the onset of the Second Semester of the current school year.
The Information Resources Management Center-Computing and Communications Services (IRMC-CCS), or simply, the IRM, manages, enhances, and maintains the ICT resources and services of the University which support its teaching, learning, and administrative objectives. The IRM is in charge of the computing hardware, software, and communications components of the University's ICT infrastructure. The IRM aims to maintain the availability and reliability of campus computing equipment and communications network.
The IRM is committed to provide efficient, reliable, and available ICT resources and services to the University administration, faculty, students, and support staff to achieve excellence in instruction, research, and community service. It manages all computing and communications equipment in all offices; computer laboratories; Internet centers; networking and telephone equipment; and all other related resources and services as well as supports and coordinates the University's information systems.
The IRMC is headed by Fr. Vicente L. Uy, SVD as its Director and is also the VP for Administration. He is supported by the following IRMC personnel: Reynaldo F. Agunod, Manager; Jose Niño E. Quimson, Network Administrator; Harvey Halasan, Rodney Cohitmingao, and Melchor Respecia, System Administrators; and Camilo A. Berdera and Jarome Mendez, Technicians. Working students assigned to the IRMC are designated as Student Technical Assistants (STA). The IRMC also includes a Help Desk staff that will receive requests for ICT assistance.