Local governments are getting wise to the importance of protecting themselves from potential cybersecurity attacks, but there is still room for improvement, says HP's Christoph Ruef.
From building an infrastructure backbone to securing autonomous vehicles, there's a lot left on the horizon for connected transit, says transportation expert Michelle Maggiore.
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Cloud sprawl can lead to overspending, security risks and more for state and local government agencies.
Competition from the private sector and growing online threats compel state CIOs to get creative in filling cybersecurity roles.
State CIOs say industry buzzwords aren't always the most precise way to communicate.
With increased demand for remote access, IT leaders integrate end-to-end protection for mobile applications.
Stakeholder input and leadership buy-in help to ensure that modernization projects support big-picture objectives.
State IT leaders say that gathering insights from users is a must before deploying citizen-facing services.
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