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February/March 2009

 

You can’t watch the local news without seeing instances in which a picture tells a thousand words, capturing both criminals and good Samaritans in the act. And increasingly, government is finding that deploying IP cameras can showcase unimagined dividends.

 

Features

Government focuses on video conferencing systems to curtail travel time and improve service to citizens.

Departments

Surveillance cameras have proved so effective in solving crimes such as burglaries and sexual assaults committed on Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) buses and trains that the agency is adding more.

 

Roll the Camera

Surveillance cameras have proved so effective in solving crimes such as burglaries and sexual assaults committed on Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) buses and trains that the agency is adding more.

Opinion

Opinion: IT Investments

Re-Engineering Business Processes

 

James Zingale

Dozens of states must grapple with budget deficits, and government faces increased pressure to improve services to citizens at lower costs. As a result, state CIOs look to replace costly, antiquated legacy systems with modern IT systems that promise dramatic business results.