For those looking to stay in the know on state and local technology trends, turn to this list of CIOs, industry executives, organizations, journalists and podcasters.
In the face of COVID-19, governments have moved ahead with IT projects — securing help along the way.
Protecting operational technology in smart cities requires new avenues for assessing risk.
Review: VMware vSAN Simplifies Storage for Government
State and Local Courts Embrace Video Magistration Amid the Pandemic
How to Make the Most of Your IT Budget in a Challenging Time
Police Enhance Situational Awareness with Real-Time Data
The Port of Los Angeles and IBM Team Up on Cybersecurity
Review: The AXIS People Counter Aids with Social Distancing
How Cloud-Based Document Management Supports Remote Government
Swapping papers is difficult when you’re not in the office, so state governments depend on digital systems for file access.
What were the key takeaways from the 2020 NASCIO annual conference?
The coronavirus pandemic has led many state governments to move services online, which may be an enduring shift.
The coronavirus pandemic has opened up opportunities for state and local governments to work more closely on security.
How have state IT leaders had to shift their technology investment priorities due to the coronavirus?
State IT leaders have discovered that they can rapidly scale up cloud and collaboration tools to make workers more productive at home and keep government services running.
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