No one can blame the state for being partial to the conglomerate. With all of its 10,000 employees now using Google Apps for Government, Wyoming will save more than $1 million a year.
An outage affected the Exchange messaging service, which went down for several hours June 22 across North America.
Congress without paper would improve efficiency, economy and transparency, but a love of paper and the need to develop a secure, standards-based life cycle for legislative paperwork means it won't happen soon, a House panel is told.
Agencies are still at work gathering data needed to bring the latest GPS technology to bear in creating more accurate flood maps for the United States.
Interoperability software allows emergency response groups to communicate across a variety of systems and equipment.
Geographic information system apps are appearing on smart phones and, in turn, are enabling people to connect with and enhance government services.
Check out these mobile apps that promote the use of GIS to consume, create and share geospatial data.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration plans to migrate 25,000 e-mail users to a cloud-based unified messaging service by the end of the year.
The New Jersey Department of Transportation is making traffic data from a variety of sources available to drivers through multiple channels, including interactive voice response systems for phones and a new website.
More than three-quarters of federal agencies have completed telework policies, according to a Telework Exchange survey in May, although about one-third of employees are actually participating.
A first-of-its-kind law will make it illegal for anyone in the state to share log-in information for entertainment sites such as Netflix and Rhapsody.
The e-mail apparently used in the attack seemed to come from Google and cited security concerns, but when it asked for passwords, users should have known better.