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  • University Technology Office | University Technology Office
    This project streamlines HR tasks performed by department users See more In Labs Dev PeopleSoft 9 Upgrade Upgrading the CS HCM systems so that ASU will continue to receive the benefits of a vendor ERP solution ASU Help Desk New and improved ASU Help Desk services Integrated Voicemail Advanced Features Advanced voicemail audio conferencing through the Movius voicemail system ASU Website Registration System This project tracks who registered a static

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  • Site map | University Technology Office
    Schools A Z Index Directory Map Sign In Sign Out SIGN IN Search Search University Technology Office People Plans Policy PPMO Tell UTO UTO Wire Home Site map This is a link to a content RSS feed Front page Front

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  • People | University Technology Office
    IN Search Search University Technology Office People Plans Policy PPMO Tell UTO UTO Wire Home People our statement of vision Realize the potential of information technology to enable and empower faculty staff and students of information technology to transform and benefit ASU processes of information technology to serve and support the ASU community of our people to become respected leaders in their profession read the full statement Information Security Office

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  • Plans and Reports | University Technology Office
    of senior faculty members chosen by the Deans at the invitation of the Provost The Faculty Technology Advisory Board helps the University better understand the technology priorities of the faculty Download a PDF of Advisory Board membership The Faculty Technology Focus Group is also composed of faculty members chosen by the Deans at the invitation of the Provost The Faculty Technology Focus Group helps the University Technology Office evaluate new technology initiatives and ensure usability and continuous improvement Download a PDF of Focus Group membership IT Leadership Council Council Description Mission The University Technology Office Information Technology IT Leadership Council is an advisory group established to provide guidance and vision to the Chief Information Officer CIO about technology investments future directions and advancements in technology and effective use and application of information technologies on the Arizona State University campuses Reporting Structure Advisory to the Chief Information Officer Responsibilities The IT Leadership Council will provide insight and expertise on how the use of technology is benefiting the University and make recommendations to the CIO on where to invest UTO resources toward advances in technology to support the business and acadamic applications for the University The IT Leadership Council will be an active participant in setting direction with UTO by supporting and communicating technology change and advancements across university departments collaborating on software and hardware licensing models partnerships with vendors and other strategic enterprise wide initiatives that benefit ASU providing input into the IT Strategic Plan providing feedback and evaluative data on technologies that are successful and areas that are challenged and need improvement providing feedback and assessment on overall performance of UTO as an innovative solutions provider and support organization and providing vision and leadership for IT investments funding strategies and policy recommendations to University executive management Additionally the Council may be asked to sponsor or champion initiatives as opportunities for growth and change adopt emerging trends and participate as partners embracing change and serving as extended members of the UTO unit Communication Meeting agendas and all documents produced for the purpose of the council can be found here Members can email each other using the following distribution list DL WG ASU ITLeadershipCouncil Questions and suggestions should be emailed directly to Deborah Whitten UTO Assistant Vice President for IT Planning and Programs or by calling 480 727 0050 Meetings IT Leadership Council meetings will be held every other month for a minimum of one hour some meetings may be longer depending on the topics being discussed An agenda will be sent out to all members prior to each month s meeting and topics for next month s meeting will be solicited from the group at the end of each meeting Minutes from the previous meeting will be approved at the beginning of each meeting July 2012 March 2012 January 2012 September 2011 Membership Members of the IT Leadership Council are selected based on the knowledge skill and expertise they bring to the group and not all ASU business areas will be

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  • Policy | University Technology Office
    network from untrusted systems and unauthorized users In conjunction with effective security policies and administration procedures and other internal firewalls the border firewall is an important component of defense Anti Virus Standard All user and server systems that utilize the University network are required to have a supported and current version of anti virus in order to perform due diligence towards protecting University systems Courtesy Affiliate Standard This standard documents the process of creating and administering Courtesy Affiliates of ASU Data Handling Standard This standard outlines the responsibilities and controls required for handling all University managed information in any form Data Steward Trustee Standard This standard outlines the responsibilities of data stewards and data trustees of University data Enterprise System Change Management Standard This document describes the Enterprise System Change Management Process for Technology Systems at Arizona State University ASU Incident Response Standard This standard outlines the workflow roles and responsibilities and escalation provisions with respect to identifying and handling information security incidents at Arizona State University Peer to Peer P2P File Transfer Copyright Infringement Standard This document describes acceptable and prohibited uses of P2P software and protocols on ASU s network University sanctions for prohibited uses and responsibilities for compliance Password Standard Documentation of ASU s standard regarding the changing of passwords that are used to grant access to University resources Patch Management Standard The Patch Management Standards describes basic patch management expectations for University systems PeopleSoft Application Data Trustee Standard PeopleSoft data trustees have the responsibility to oversee the creation and maintenance of roles that perform business functions and access ASU data They are also responsible for granting and revoking access to roles Privileged Account Standard In Progress This document establishes guidelines for UTO to ensure the secure use of system accounts and administrator or privileged access rights

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  • Contact | University Technology Office
    Out SIGN IN Search Search University Technology Office People Plans Policy PPMO Tell UTO UTO Wire Home Contact Have a problem with technology Use this form to contact us Or visit the ASU Help Center to search for your answer

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  • UTO Wire »
    a Master of Science in Information Management MSIM in 2012 Prior to that Fernando obtained a Bachelor s Degree in Technical Management and an Associate s Degree in Computer Technology from DeVry University Before becoming part of the PPMO team Fernando was an IT Project Manager at Wells Fargo for two years and the Lead Software Developer and Project Manager at Jobing com for four years Previous to that Fernando helped grow the technology at Cosmopolitan Medical Communications a medical answering service as a Systems Analyst for 6 years Congratulations Fernando What s New in Operations We would like to welcome Jamie Ell to CARE Jamie is working as a Systems Support Specialist He has been at ASU since 2007 as a student at W P Carey majoring in Computer Information Systems Jamie worked as Technology Consultant for University Common Computing UTO servicing classrooms and computer labs and then became a Hybrid Web Developer to aid in the transition of our websites to Drupal In Jamie s new position he will provide support for staff and faculty in configuring and troubleshooting ASU hardware and software and performing routine maintenance Before Jamie s new position at UTO he worked at GoDaddy as a Technical Sales and Support Representative and at Chase Bank as a Loss Mitigation Specialist Welcome Jamie Please welcome Clint Shuman Clint is working as a Systems Support Specialist He is a computer science major has been a student worker in Business Technology Services since July 2012 Before working at ASU Clint was employed at J Curve Technologies doing support for VOIP companies In his new role he is working at COOR Hall doing desk side support for CLAS Congratulations Clint Please welcome Ryan Talbert Ryan is working as Systems Support Specialist and is a recent graduate from the W P Carey School of Business He was a student worker for UTO and is now supporting the Biodesign Institute Congratulations Ryan Good luck Melinda Mullahy and Lissa Gladden who have left ASU to pursue new adventures and good luck to Glenn Brown who has a new position at Health and Nutrition at the Downtown campus Sorry comments are closed Holiday Issue 2012 December 20 2012 By juliezehring Category All UTO Upcoming LINAU Supervisor Development Program Registration for the Leadership in the New American University LINAU Supervisor Development Program is now open These are the dates for the April and September 2013 series Series 14 April 3 4 10 11 and 25 Series 15 September 11 12 18 19 and 26 NOTE There is a 385 fee for the training and participation requires your manager s approval The LINAU Supervisor Development Program is a six day series for ASU supervisors and managers The program is offered in two segments an initial five day series and a sixth follow up day approximately one year later We encourage both new supervisors and those supervisors who want to improve their current leadership practices to attend This training will Provide you with the tools and skills to hire and develop an effective team manage optimal performance and maintain a positive work culture Increase your knowledge in the critical areas of legal and ethical compliance Develop your ability to assess your current leadership style and identify areas for improvement QUESTIONS Visit LINAU online You can also reach us at 480 965 4751 or LINAU asu edu Register now What s new in Operations We would like to welcome Robert Bruce to the Tempe Campus UTO Deskside Team He started working at ASU in spring of 2011 as a student worker for the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences providing IT support for the Dean s office Bruce will graduate this semester with a BS in Computer Information Systems Over the years he has acquired more than three years in IT support and consulting experience while working with the university and other IT industry giants such as Intel Bruce s new position will consist of providing system support and exceptional customer service on behalf of UTO for the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences mainly out of the COOR and Dean s office areas Congratulations Bruce We would like to welcome Daniel Delgadillo to the West Campus UTO Deskside Team Daniel joined UTO as a Systems Support Specialist beginning November 5 He recently returned to Phoenix after serving in the Peace Corps in Kenya While in the Peace Corps Daniel taught computer skills and provided technical support for the North Eastern Province Technical Training Institute Formerly a student worker at ASU before joining the Peace Corps Daniel is happy to be back at ASU where he will be providing deskside support to faculty and staff at the West campus Welcome home and congratulations Daniel Congratulations to John Wilson John has been promoted to Director Tempe Deskside and Care Support Before joining ASU in October 1997 John was the sole in house computer tech at Pulte Homes SW regional office developing custom databases and business intelligence reports Before his employment with Pulte he was a co owner of Changing Hands Bookstore for five years John joined ASU at the West campus as a Deskside Support Tech and the West Campus Webmaster Since then he has leveraged group process mediation and communication experience towards concierge customer service and database experience into the CARE ticket reporting expert In addition to tech support he volunteered with the West Campus Environment Team for several years one as chair and as one of ASU s ombudspeople In July of this year he migrated to the Tempe campus bringing his interest in quality customer service team building and a passion for communication to his new role A few staff changes at DPC We would like to welcome Nicole Corio and Mike Kelly to the UTO Care Classroom Support Team at the Downtown Phoenix campus Nicole has provided the Care group with excellent customer service and leadership skills as a student employee for the last two years Mike has a CIS degree in progress

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  • Released | University Technology Office
    In Sign Out SIGN IN Search Search University Technology Office People Plans Policy PPMO Tell UTO UTO Wire Home Edit Home Page Released eAdvisor Course Catalog v3 1 This project adds additional data for deadline dates reserve seat capacity information Bookstore My Courses Integration This project enhances the textbook purchasing experience for ASU students Blackboard 9 1 Blackboard version 9 1 offers improved features to the Blackboard LMS HRIS Front

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