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Local experts forged a 60-member group to act in the case of incidents throughout the state.
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.
As Ransomware Attacks Loom, Preparation Is Critical for Municipalities
Smart Cities Connect 2019: Philadelphia Eyes Initial Smart City Pilots
Smart Cities Connect 2019: Best Practices for Smart City Success
Smart Cities Connect 2019: FirstNet Empowers Public Safety, Say First Responders
Smart Cities Connect 2019: How to Make Smart Transportation a Success
Street Smarts: Colorado Springs Moves Deliberately Toward a Smart City Future
What Is the Future of Facial Recognition Technology?
Consolidating data centers provides redundancy and cost reductions for agencies, IT officials say.
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.
San Diego, a city of 1.4 million people, is transforming its networks to modernize and improve services for its residents.
The state has set up a telehealth network in all 159 of its counties, allowing rural residents better access to high-quality care without traveling hours at a time.
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