Better Storage in a Flash
State and local governments share how all-flash arrays support their ambitions.
Ready and Able
The Homeland Security Continuous Detection and Monitoring Program offers a four-phase initiative to control hardware and software assets.
Once confined to a single large services provider, Virginia looks forward to multisourcing to fulfill its IT requirements.
The No-Collar Workforce
Repetitive tasks best left to artificial intelligence software can free government workers to do more for their constituents.
With threat screening and message scanning, users can quickly and easily identify and isolate malware and other attacks.
Extend or Upgrade?
As popular Microsoft server products approach end of life, agencies have a few options to extend support.
A Colorful Alternative
With its compact size and high output, this printer offers a great deal of capability and functionality.
A powerful Cisco tool for identity management requires careful consideration during deployment.
The Best of Both Worlds
Sometimes, governments benefit from on-premises computing. In other cases, cloud provides good solutions.
An Invisible Touch
With smart meters backed by cloud services, cities see clearly how much water and energy is being used and where.
A More Muscular 911
By taking advantage of advanced communications tech, public safety agencies work better together to ensure a safer public.
Innovate to Facilitate
Whether administered by counties, cities or nonprofits, innovation labs provide a means to apply new tech to old problems.
Comfort in the Cloud
State and local agencies turn to the model to strike a balance between what to keep private and what to resource publicly.
Connecting Public Safety
The development of the first responder dedicated broadband network yields benefits for emergency response and communities at large.