Riverside was honored for its project to build a fiber network throughout the city.
The U.S. Vote Foundation has launched an online portal that will let absentee voters register and request ballots with forms and information customized for each state.
The core technology to ensure secure online voting exists, but end-to-end accountability must extend to the home.
The move will free up core IT staff to focus on citizen-facing services; create efficient operations and cut costs.
IPv6 is not IPv4, and administrators will have to learn new tricks in setting up and running networks using the latest protocols, one network manager says.
Central Michigan University is starting while it still has plenty of IPv4 address space left, giving network administrators time to listen, learn and implement.
Higher education is not immune from the scourge of data breaches, as the recent exposure of more than 650,000 records at the University of Nebraska demonstrates.
The Medicaid Information Technology Architecture framework is a way states can decouple legacy systems and break down existing silos in state government, the association said in a report.
A bill in the New York legislature would eliminate anonymous comments posted online. Aside from First Amendment concerns for the general public, what would such a law mean to government employees?
Expanding a unified communications plan from VOIP to high-def videoconferencing required a business case to show savings and justify the expense.
Fresno, Calif., automates the task of tracking and controlling its network endpoints, both stationary and mobile.
Georgia is using the LexisNexis Tax Refund Investigative Solution in a pilot program to mitigate identity fraud and has awarded the company a contract to continue the effort.
The records, including Social Security numbers and state ID numbers for home care workers and recipients, were lost or stolen while in the mail.
For Paulding County, Ga., bonding three cellular channels together provides multimegabit bandwidth for its mobile command center without the expense of a satellite link.
After tornadoes ripped through nearby Springfield, the technology director of Dedham decided it was time to move data backup and recovery to the cloud.