Campus Computing Centre

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  • The Campus Computing Centre (C3) is responsible for UNU’s information and communication technology (ICT) systems and infrastructure. C3 aims to leverage innovative and effective information resources and technology to enable and advance the vision, mission and strategic directions of the University. Our vision is that ICT should be part of everything we seek to do at UNU as an essential and invisible tool that is always available and seamlessly integrated into our activities.

    Our goal is to ensure that staff and students of UNU can make maximum and appropriate use of the ICT facilities and services in their endeavours. We are continually advancing our portfolio of ICT services in anticipation of the changing needs of faculty, staff and students. The computing environment at the UNU Tokyo campus offers a diverse range of ICT resources geared to increase individual productivity, support and enhance education and research, while reducing the University’s carbon footprint through green computing.

    Our portfolio of services available to staff, students, and partners includes, but is not limited to the following:

    • High-speed fault-tolerant Internet connections
    • Campus-wide wireless Internet access
    • Virtualized desktops for students, staff, and special events
    • E-mail provisioned from the UNU data centre and supported by a leading cloud based service provider; incorporating the latest anti-malware technologies and collaboration features, including shared calendars and documents. All services are remotely available.
    • Multi-purpose printing, scanning, and copying facilities
    • Desktop VoIP telephones integrated with other UNU campuses that are part of the UNU global network
    • Private cloud computing for research applications and general hosting services
    • Web collaboration software and related services
    • Videoconferencing/teleconferencing facilities)
    • Virtual classroom support for interactive seminars and classes allowing global accessibility
    • Computer labs for courses, events, and test environments
    • Various event preparation and multimedia support (projection, cabling, etc.)
    • Consulting services (e.g., application development and support, training, ICT infrastructure planning and development)
  • The Campus Computing Centre Helpdesk (accessible via the UNU intranet) offers assistance to UNU students and staff regarding the Unversity’s technology services, such as e-mail, telephones, printing and Internet accessibility.

    The office hours of the Campus Computing Centre are 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. (Japan Standard Time), Monday through Friday, except UNU holidays.

  • Campus Computing Centre, 7th floor
    United Nations University
    5-53-70 Jingumae
    Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
    Japan 150-8925

    T: +81 3 5467-1212
    F: +81 3 5467-1336