University of Redlands

Information Technology Services

Ready to provide technology leadership, expertise and services.

Our Mission

University of Redlands Information Technology Services' mission is to provide innovative, secure, and reliable solutions in collaboration with our stakeholders that enhance teaching and learning, enable cutting-edge research, and enrich the core business infrastructure. We operate as a knowledgeable, professional, and responsive team, and promote a culture of trust, transparency, and respect. 

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"A virus wasn’t something we were planning for, but it was something we were ready to face because of all our preparation for other scenarios," says U of R Chief Information Officer Steve Garcia '76. (Photo by William Vasta)
Managing the digital transformation

U of R Chief Information Officer (CIO) Steve Garcia shares his perspective on recent challenges related to the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as timeless topics such as leadership and team-building.

Participating in a panel discussion about leading in a male-dominated field are  (clockwise from top left): StarChain Ventures Managing Partner Radhika Iyengar, Chapman University CIO Helen Norris, U of R Deputy Chief Technology Officer Kimberly Perna, Kaizen Technology Partners CEO Dao Jensen, Steph on Life Founder Stephanie Holt '98, and Esri Chief Information Security and Privacy Officer Jennifer West.
U of R Tech Summit panel highlights women’s voices

Hosted by Information Technology Services, the free event featured more than 20 sessions and included a panel about the experiences of women in the field.

Alton Edenfield II (left) and Alex Irigoyen work in the University’s Information Technology Services department and see a need for a conference that caters to IT professionals in the Inland Empire. (Photo by Emily Tucker)
Inaugural Technology Summit brings region’s IT professionals together

On October 29, the University of Redlands will host its first Technology Summit, which is free and open to the public. Featuring panels and presentations from a variety of information technology (IT) professionals, the event aims to foster discussion around privacy and security, leveraging data, and emerging technologies in the field.