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Success Stories

ASU brings Help Desk back to campus

This project had multiple facets. The project manager, Chris Tyler, managed the implementation of the facilities, the telephony tool selection, developing staffing model and hiring.

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HR & Campus Solutions Systems Success

Recent updates have kept ASU current with the software which supports business continuity. Peoplesoft benefits the whole community by insuring that:

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News & Updates

New My Apps Site Launching January 8th

Updates and improvements to My Apps will go live on January 8th to help you find the various software titles the University Technology Office makes available to the ASU community. New features include: Complete list of all software available to faculty, staff, and students Dedicated pages regarding licensing for popular software such as Microsoft, Adobe, MATLAB, and Mathematica More details for

Chris Kurtz, UTO Splunk Admin, Named SplunkTrust MVP by Community.

Chris Kurtz, UTO’s Splunk Administrator, was named as a SplunkTrust Community MVP at the Splunk Conference in September. The inaugural SplunkTrust program is designed to recognize Splunk’s community leaders formally, and thank them for their passion and service to other users. Trustees will have unique opportunities to learn about Splunk’s roadmap and share product feedback with Splunk. To quote

National Cyber Security Awareness Month Approaches, Internet Users Are Reminded Why Being Cyber Smart is Critical to Our Lives

It is just two weeks until National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM) on October 1, and the stage is set for a massive global effort to impact millions of Internet users on the importance of online safety and security. The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the National Cyber Security Alliance founded and now lead NCSAM. All digital citizens – from consumers and small- and medium