Building a data dashboard requires careful use of data and statistics, and knowledge of the audience for them.
The local sheriff's department shares its experience with the FirstNet dedicated public safety broadband network.
Adopting an inventory software package can prove troublesome, but managers can ease the burden.
With extended support for Windows 7 ending in 2020, state and local officials should upgrade to the latest OS promptly.
Cities will be able to more granularly prioritize different applications and services using network slicing technology.
State and local government agencies can reach out to remote employees and distant offices with clarity and security.
Jack of All Trades
State and local offices will enjoy the ease and versatility of using the Canon LX-MU500 for internal or external meetings.
License to Thrive
States, counties, and cities have put applications online to save time and increase transparency.
Public safety and fire personnel tout the capabilities of small, intuitive mobile terminals that provide support wherever their jobs take them.
Taking It Offsite
Local governments sidestep disasters at their primary sites by backing up data in remote locations.
Budget for Success
A lack of dedicated funding could stymie efforts to protect government networks.
Knowing Is Half the Battle
Many local agencies lack a cybersecurity strategy, but they should start a dialogue to devise one.