Agencies ditch old infrastructure in favor of innovative technology that saves money and space.
Big City, Big Goals
Los Angeles Information Technology Agency’s Steve Reneker discusses major IT initiatives the city has in progress.
Hitting the Streets
Local governments are outfitting police motorcycles with technology that boosts efficiency and traffic safety.
Maintaining an Always-On Infrastructure
Support cloud workloads and strike out downtime with these tips.
Set It and Forget It
The new system enables the Sheriff’s Office to issue warrants and apprehend suspects in the same day.
How corrections and healthcare industries are piloting body-adaptive electronics to improve public safety and patient care.
The Acer TravelMate P255 sports an ultralow voltage processor and power-saving features.
The detachable keyboard quickly transforms this tablet into a full-size notebook.
As states and localities place software and infrastructure in the cloud, they face a number of complex options.
City vs. Country
Nearly all of the nation’s public libraries provide their communities with Wi-Fi, vast online resources and technology skills training.
Governments strengthen their security posture by centralizing endpoint and network protection across agencies.
Better Living Through Technology
Promising pilots show how the Internet of Things can improve everything from air quality to traffic flow.
Governments rely on cloud services to store and transmit sensor data for Internet of Things rollouts.