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“The old model of higher education was built for a society that no longer exists,” said Dr. Chris Howard, executive vice president and chief operating officer for Arizona State University, a Public Enterprise, during a recent keynote.  This…
Participants of the Digital Trust Summit on a panel in Zoom. Learn more about ASU's Digital Trust Summit: https://tech.asu.edu/events/digital-trust-summit-2022
200 global cybersecurity professionals identify ‘security equity’ and ‘redesigning consent’ as moving targets for the field at ASU’s 2022 Digital Trust Summit. For many, our internet-connected devices know more about us than our closest friends.…
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What do the Phoenix Zoo and Phoenix Police Department have in common? Protecting the communities they serve. And although this looks very different in action, both organizations are dedicated to ensuring the safety, health and wellbeing of their…
Student at desk with monitor in room
Building upon a longstanding relationship, ASU and Zoom Video Communications, Inc. today announced the Zoom Innovation Lab at ASU. And for students, it means new opportunities to work, learn and collaborate with industry leaders. 
The challenge of finding accessible and safe hygienic resources is among one of many constant concerns for people experiencing homelessness. And with over 10,000 people without safe, secure housing in Arizona, finding solutions to support these…
City landscape at dusk with connected lines.
Like food, clothing and shelter, the internet has become a basic need. Today, access is a determining factor for quality of life as it connects people to vital health care, learning experiences and work opportunities. Yet, across Arizona, reliable…
When it comes to number of days in session, the summer 2022 semester at ASU is the shortest one – taking place from May 10 to August 10 this year. Even during this abbreviated semester, UTO continued its innovation and proactive support of…
“I was pretty much in shock after seeing the space, you could see the endless potential for it,” shared John Paul (JP) Rabusa, an undergraduate senior in ASU’s Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts when reflecting on his first time stepping…
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For first-time students, returning faculty and the ASU staff community, there's something special about the start of a new academic year. Here at UTO, we take pride in providing technology support, strategy and security for ASU and all Sun Devils.…
Today, technology offers increasingly new ways to enhance the ways in which we learn, work and live. In keeping with ASU’s philosophy of expanding opportunities with tech, faculty across the university are integrating tools that elevate teaching and…
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