ASU Enterprise Technology News - Briefs

 

As the Fall session draws to a close, Enterprise Technology is beginning to prepare for Spring. As with every new session, arrangements for individual classrooms are necessary. 
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Storage restructuring In part due to its unlimited storage capacity, Google Workspace (which includes Gmail, Calendar, Drive, Docs, Sheets, Slides and Meet) has been an invaluable resource for ASU. The unlimited storage model of Google Workspace is…
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Arizona State University honors the diligence, philanthropy and spirit of our community members who have served in the military and in other vocations – such as educators, health care workers and more – dedicated to giving back to the community.  
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As Arizona State University’s IT department, Enterprise Technology is responsible for the digital experience that drives how our communities learn, work and thrive. To ensure that Enterprise Technology is committed to that promise, we develop an…
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Data is the building blocks of the world around us. That was the theme for the sixth annual ASU Data Conference, which took place from November 1-2, 2022 at Memorial Union in Tempe. 
The internet of things (IoT) composes a vast tapestry of worldwide connections. Countless devices, appliances, machinery and databases work in tandem to enable digitally-enhanced ways of living. Think Amazon's Echo or Google Home, a smart thermostat…
From streaming services to shopping apps to workplace credentials, many of us spend ample time creating passwords that lock down our accounts and keep our data safe.
Social media ties us together, offering glimpses into the lives of loved ones and strangers alike. While this interconnectedness can be useful, from support forums to meet-up sites to hobby servers on Discord, it is crucial to remember the security…
Cybersecurity is an ongoing priority at Arizona State University, where preserving the availability, confidentiality and integrity of our information resources is paramount.
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Meeting accessibility standards is required to ensure the inclusion and success of all Sun Devils. Though historically viewed as optional, accessible material in higher education institutions is an essential component of an equitable learning…
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A university-wide technology change “freeze” for the Fall semester-start will take place from August 12, 2022, to August 26, 2022. The freeze is in place to avoid significant disruption to our students, faculty and staff during this critical…
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