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University Technology Office (UTO)

The University Technology Office uses the power of information technology to enable and empower faculty, staff, and students, constantly improve services for the ASU community, and advance the ASU mission of education, research, and public service. Information technology is important to all ASU processes and communities, and the UTO strives to realize the potential of its work to serve and support.

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News & Updates

UTO Consultant Installs Computer Labs in Underserved Area of Mexico

Marcia Wilbur, a consultant for Drupal development here at Arizona State University in the University Technology Office, has returned from an amazing philanthropic trip to Oaxaca, Mexico. There she helped install computer labs with educational and Linux resources for students in partnership with Kids on Computers, a non-profit organization dedicated to setting up computer labs in low-income

Planning and Programs Director Katie Ranes Retires

Planning and Programs Director at ASU Katie Ranes is retiring on April 13, 2018. This is both a happy and sad time all at once. Katie will take with her a vast resource of knowledge and experience that many in the ASU community have relied on over the years, but she will leave with the knowledge and satisfaction of all that she accomplished throughout her years. Katie has spent over 31 years at

Web Accessibility a Must at ASU

The efforts of UTO developer Kathy Marks and her team has resulted in a tremendous web accessibility resource at . Web accessibility and universal design is incredibly important for people of all abilities. Web accessibility is being recognized as a crucial part of web design across the internet, and ASU provides various resources to make sure web accessibility is the

ASU Now UTO stories

Arizona State University Chief Information Officer Gordon Wishon has been inducted into the prestigious IDG CIO Hall of Fame this year along with executives from Harvard, Duke and insurance giant A

A Sun Devil biking across campus might seem like no big deal, but there’s more to it.

Three ASU students who didn’t know each other before this past weekend are now bonded for life, thanks to their innovation and participation in the Great Mobile Appathon.