The president of the National Association of State Chief Information Officers values the processes and standards that will serve the next administration.
This scanner provides great image quality backed by industry-leading reliability.
Good Things in Small Packages
This wireless router can withstand extreme temperatures and shocks to remain connected.
State and local agencies can produce efficiencies and maximize manpower with IT modernization.
Hybrid and Hygienic
Security managers should be wary of hardware and software used by teleworkers and hybrid offices.
Computer vision and machine learning may help first responders overcome obstructions to what they can see.
Living on the Edge
Practical considerations may determine how to network cameras together, depending on their physical location.
A Wealth of Capabilities
Cities can reap tremendous benefits from moving surveillance to an IP network.
Via cloud-based test beds, municipalities leverage applications to tackle challenges from graffiti to parking.
A Bundle of Energy
Government-owned suppliers can save time and money while placing power in the hands of their customers.
Running a Tight Ship
Wide sharing of shipment data may produce a more resilient supply chain.
Cloud of Suspicion
Agencies can share digital evidence faster as they receive more and more video, email and other digital records.
Quick on Your Feet
Citizens benefit from a delivery of minimum functionality in a short time frame.
Strike a Balance
Duplicative and conflicting requests have a real cost for understaffed state governments.