What a year it’s been for state and local governments. As we prepare to ring in 2012, we’re reflecting back on the most popular stories in StateTech. If you missed them the first time, here’s a chance to catch up on the articles that gained the most attention from readers.
The nation's largest water utility launches an automated meter reading system to boost revenue, eliminate costs and improve customer service.
Lacey Fire District 3 finds ASUS tablet computers offer a cost-effective alternative to rugged notebooks.
Investments in networking, server and storage systems and a focus on continuity of operations can pay big dividends for state and local governments.
Ohio offers tips for defining the opportunity and implementing the initiative.
Heed this advice to ease implementation and gain the greatest benefit from these devices.
State and local government agencies rely on vulnerability assessments and data loss prevention technology to counter security threats.
iPads, iPhones, and the need for performance and security boost Apple popularity in state and local government.
IT leaders from Linn County, Iowa, and other localities share their advice for bouncing back from a disaster.
With a flood of options hitting the market, now's the time to prep your apps and network.
StateTech magazine talks with California Technology Agency Secretary Carlos Ramos about the agency’s IT goals and challenges.