The state's health department is planning to use a cloud-based product that will allow it to create between four- and nine-way meetings.
Panama City officials add an extra layer of security to lock down Google Docs, giving it control of document publishing and archiving.
The state wants to block unauthorized cellular transmissions and increase the penalties for smuggling phones inside prison, which is so easy even Charles Manson can get one.
A new interactive database of traffic accident data in Virginia will give residents, researchers and public safety advocates a better idea of conditions on the commonwealth's roads.
The database lists salaries for 2011 for all state employees.
The state strengthens its breach notification requirements, as federal legislation that would replace state laws goes nowhere in Congress.
A group for state attorney generals is appealing to a Craigslist-like publisher to stop hiding behind a 1996 law that allows the site to post what amounts to personal ads for prostitutes.
A Web-based system lets people record their legal documents online, saving about $174,000 a year.
As part of the fallout from BART officials' efforts to quell a protest in San Francisco, several groups have petitioned the Federal Communications Commission to forbid intentional disruptions of mobile service.
Link aggregation can stretch budgets and improve performance, but it is not a panacea.
Arizona's Maricopa regional 911 system is using virtual wide-area network technology to help manage the transition to full wireless and Internet-routed emergency voice communications.
Police officers nationwide will soon have access to the FBI's new fingerprint system that allows them to see if someone is a nationally known "worst" offender using mobile devices.
The process for submitting service requests for such things as pothole repairs has gotten a lot more streamlined in Salt Lake City thanks to a new citizen reporting app.
The Smarter Energy Cloud gives residents access to information about their energy use and shares best practices through an electricity portal.
Using Mobile Police Assist software, the tablets can access databases, connect with other devices and even be used to operate such things as a cruiser's lights and siren.