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The Division of Technology Services (DTS) is the information technology (IT) service provider for the executive branch of the State of Utah, offering state agencies a wide variety of services. The vision of DTS is to be a technology leader that delivers value and simplifies the lives of Utah residents. DTS, under the state’s chief information officer (CIO), has optimized all IT resources and services for the State of Utah into one division to improve accountability, reduce costs, increase services to taxpayers, and more closely align IT with State agencies’ needs.
The Department of Government Operations and Division of Technology Services core SEAT values include: Service, Engagement, Accountability, and Trust.
MDM - Mobile Device Management
MDM Help & Registration
Mobile Device Management (MDM) is software that helps secure and manage mobile devices used to access State Data. The Enterprise Mobile Device Policy defines and describes the acceptable use of mobile devices for all State of Utah executive branch employees.
To enroll your device or to learn more about MDM click the read more link below
The Division of Technology Services has implemented Enterprise Policies for all Executive Branch State employees served by DTS. These Enterprise Policies help protect the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of the State’s information and information systems. We appreciate your cooperation and collaboration in effectively keeping State data secure.
Statewide DTS Policies
The State IT Strategic Plan has defined the criteria for Enterprise Architecture to “provide a roadmap for moving the State of Utah IT infrastructure (i.e., processes, information and data, applications, and technology) from the current state to the future state.”
To learn more about the State’s standards and enterprise architecture, click the read more link below