The Information and Communications Technology Center handles the technical and systems development of university processes involving the areas information systems, network, technical services, and web development. Specifically, it initiates automation projects with student and faculty processes as top priority. It is also involved in the expansion of IT infrastructure and hardware, maintenance and upgrade of computer laboratories, regular upgrading of internet bandwidth and workstations, IT training, and technical support.
De La Salle University - Dasmariñas has been constantly taking measures to sustain the high quality of education it has been known to provide. These measures include the purchase and usage of state-of-the-art equipment, construction of major infrastructure, and modification of academic programs and curriculum.
In all these efforts, information technology has rendered a vital role. Realizing the importance of information technology in all university processes, the administration formed a technical and systems development group that would provide the basic IT needs of the academic community in 1996. It was officially named Information Technology Center (ITC) in 1997.
Since then, it has been tasked to concentrate on four main areas: information systems, network, technical services, and web development. That same year, the center devised a five-year development plan concentrating on office automation, IT infrastructure, staff development, and web page development.
In 2010, it was renamed Information and Communications Technology Center as in included the management of the University's communication networks in its functions.
At present, it continues to expand on its original plan for automation, with major student and faculty processes as the priority. The expansion of IT infrastructure and hardware for intranet fiber connection, installation of computer laboratories, and regular upgrading of internet bandwidth and workstations has been accomplished ahead of schedule due to aggressive efforts and increasing demand. IT training and technical support are continously given to ICT's developing teams to ensure that the center's IT specialists are kept up to date and that skills and other resources are optimized.