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While California has been a national leader in digital services, its IT chief believes officials could do more to boost cyberdefenses.
Smart city devices have the potential to be hacked and used against the very cities that deployed them. Here’s how that threat can be mitigated.
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Once government agencies adopt Infrastructure as a Service, they face new challenges in public or hybrid cloud maintenance.
Smart cities are proliferating all over the country, but there are not that many smart states. State CIOs offer their ideas for how to become a smart state.
How can state IT security leaders stay on top of an ever-changing threat landscape?
The small locality in Alabama turns to smart city technologies to improve citizen services.
State CIOs imagine what technologies they would invest in if they had an unlimited budget.
Some states are old pros with the cloud, while others are still making progress on cloud migration. These tips can help make that process successful.
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