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October 2022

Funded Projects in FY2023

During the 2022 Utah Legislature General Session, the Division of Technology Services (DTS) and several state agencies were given general fund money in FY2023 for various information technology projects. This document provides an overview of the projects that DTS is assisting the agencies with during this fiscal year.

Funded Projects 2022

Post Updated: October 31, 2022
Posted On: October 31, 2022

New Google Chat

On October 28, Google Hangouts will no longer be available. Google is replacing Hangouts with Chat. DTS has already upgraded its users, but has allowed access to both products during the migration. The change on October 28 will only affect those that are going directly to the web version of Hangouts at will automatically redirect for users to Google Chat. 

You can see additional details from Google here. If you need assistance, please contact DTS at
Post Updated: October 27, 2022
Posted On: October 27, 2022

Notarizations in Adobe Sign Now Available

DTS is now offering agencies a way to do Notarizations within Adobe Sign. Adobe has partnered with the company Notarize, and it is integrated directly into the Adobe Sign Console. This service has been approved by the Lt. Gov Office for Notary use and approved by the DTS Architecture Review Board for State use.

See additional detail here. 

Post Updated: October 27, 2022
Posted On: October 27, 2022

October is Cyber Security Awareness Month

Governor Cox has declared October as Cybersecurity Awareness Month. This October, Utah is joining the Department of Homeland Security to raise cybersecurity awareness during Cybersecurity Awareness Month. This year’s campaign theme — “See Yourself in Cyber” — demonstrates that while cybersecurity may seem like a complex subject, ultimately, it’s really all about people. We encourage you to See Yourself taking action to stay safe online. That means enabling basic cyber hygiene practices: think before you click, update your software, have good strong passwords or a password keeper, and enable multi-factor authentication (meaning you need “More Than A Password!”) on all your sensitive accounts. 
If you haven’t taken the Utah Security Awareness Training yet this year, please do so here
You can see more great tips and information about Cybersecurity 101 here
Post Updated: October 5, 2022
Posted On: October 5, 2022