The Information Technology Services (ITS) is the office that handles all concerns of the Colleges that is related to IT. From being an adviser on the purchases of computer related equipments, repairs of computer peripherals, monitoring and maintenance of the network inside the campus, improving and speeding the processes of the departments within the Campus by automating the procedures through the use of systems and the responsibility to maintain and improve these systems, and up to the disposal of the computer related equipments of the Colleges.
ITS is envisioned as the center of innovation and solutions provider of the College supporting an excellent Christian education promoting towards an international scope and reputation.
The Mission Statement of ITS is:
ITS will fulfill its Mission:
In keeping with and in addition to Lorma’s Vision and Mission Statements, appropriate use of Lorma, Inc. Computing Resources is always ethical, reflects academic and professional honesty, and shows restraint in the consumption of shared resources. It demonstrates respect for intellectual property, ownership of data, system security mechanisms, and individual’s right to privacy and freedom from intimidation, harassment, and unwarranted annoyance.
Section II – Acceptable Use
In using Lorma, Inc.’s computing resources one MUST:
Section III – Examples of Inappropriate Use
In using Lorma, Inc.’s computing resources one MUST NOT:
Section IV – Consequences
Enforcement of Policy Violations
Lorma, Inc. considers any violation of the Computer and Network Use Policy to be a serious offense and reserves the right to summon witnesses, copy and examine files or information resident on Lorma, Inc. systems allegedly related to inappropriate use.
The appropriate Administrative and/or Academic Head(s) of the facility where the incident occurs, will review violations of the Computer and Network Use Policy on a case-by-case basis. Violations of poicy may result in termination of the violator’s network and/or computer access/services. Lorma, Inc. also reserves the right to impose other sanctions such as employment termination or dismissal from Lorma Colleges in the case of students.
Fines or other penalties incurred through use of the Lorma, Inc. network to access facilities outside the compound are the responsibility of the violator(s) on whom the fines or penalties are imposed. Lorma, Inc. accepts no responsibility for such fines or penalties.
Section V – Definitions
Computing Resources: Computing facilities, services, and network systems such as computers and computer time, data processing or storage functions, computer systems and services, servers, networks, input/output and connecting devices, and related computer records, programs, software and documentation.
Electronic Mail Systems (E-Mail) or Services: Any messaging system that depends on computing facilities to create, post, send, forward, reply to, transmit, store, hold, copy, download, display, view, read, or print computer records for purposes of asynchronous communication across computer network systems between or among individuals or groups, that is either explicitly denoted as a system for electronic mail or is implicitly used for such purposes, including services such as electronic discussion forums, bulletin boards, listservers, and newsgroups.
IRC: Internet Relay Chat enables people connected anywhere on the Internet to join in live discussions.
Lorma, Inc: Lorma Incorporated and all sub-units.
Lormamail Account egroup membership modification
Account Deactivation – this applies during any of the following scenarios
How does the ticketing system work?
Link to the ticketing system – http://ticket.lorma.edu/
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