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Automation will let security pros at government agencies focus on threat hunting and higher-level development projects.
NASCIO released a state survey covering top priorities, issues and trends for CIOs and how they work with state agencies.
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Consolidating data centers provides redundancy and cost reductions for agencies, IT officials say.
State government IT shops are searching for younger workers to replace older, retiring employees. To do so, they're modernizing the technology they use.
In the years ahead, artificial intelligence tools will help state governments analyze the reams of data they collect more efficiently so that agencies can improve services faster for residents.
CRM is becoming a major part of a state CIO's role as they seek to understand state agencies' IT needs and how they can meet them.
These days, every state IT leader is aware of the threat of ransomware. But what are the questions they forget to ask about it and how to respond?
Colorado is executing on an IT modernization program to increase efficiency and transparency of, and resident satisfaction with, state services.
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