As mobile and wireless technology become ubiquitous, government agencies and nonprofits are finding innovative ways to use mobility to further their missions.
Infrastructure as a Service frees agencies from antiquated IT systems and provides them with new technologies and services at reduced cost.
Everything from building safety to child welfare can benefit from the use of Big Data.
Collaboration and data sharing enable justice agencies to reduce costs and improve their workflow.
Here's how Bedford County, Va., and the town of Bedford joined forces to save money and improve services.
Chief Innovation Officer Adel Ebeid shares how he divides his focus between IT operations and civic technology.
States and localities that want to embark on a similar cloud computing model must first implement a series of key technologies.
The technology has the potential to enhance a variety of government tasks, including building inspections, fleet maintenance, planning and risk assessments.
Samsung has improved on its best-selling Galaxy S4 Android smartphone by tweaking the design to withstand harsh conditions in the field.
This converged management appliance enables remote administration.
Follow these pointers to make the most of the popular productivity suite on the device.
Localities gain ease of management, fault tolerance and redundancy from the technology.
IT managers can take several steps to guard against this rising form of malware or recover systems without paying the ransom.
As mobility grows, so do IT administrative responsibilities associated with this new movement.
The way we consume and share content has changed dramatically over the past few years, and now, StateTech's website has been redesigned.