Educating employees and managing patches can go a long way toward making government agencies a less appealing target.
State and local agencies find an effective solution for security and visibility in software-defined networking.
Blockchain of Events
States are increasingly integrating plans for the distributed open ledger into their tech strategies.
To Have and to Hold
Deploying containers when it makes sense to do so can produce big benefits for agencies eyeing the cloud.
And an attractive aluminum case contains all the features needed for a busy government worker.
Bridging the Miles
The Logitech Rally videoconferencing system supports remote presentations painlessly and intuitively.
Seeing Is Believing
Putting data and info on a big screen facilitates rapid decision-making from operations centers to legislative chambers.
Smart City on the Edge
Cities lacking 5G power or seeking to save on bandwidth turn to edge computing solutions to put data in action.
Among the advantages of powerful hyperconverged infrastructure appliances for state and local agencies: speedy hard drives that deliver quickly when required.
Consolidating data centers provides redundancy and cost reductions for agencies, IT officials say.
The Mobile Medic
Mobile devices help technicians render medical care, track cases and capture photos and videos.
Centralization vs. Distribution
Depending on what state and local governments seek to do with their data, they may pursue centralized or distributed IT resources.
A fresh operating model championed by NASCIO emphasizes transparency in costs and communications.