BlackBerry's PlayBook will run a new operating system designed specifically for tablet computers.
The expected release of the BlackBerry tablet computer this spring has government IT managers pondering the the impact of powerful tablet computers on their agencies.
State's portal gives easy online access to 'walk-in' services.
State's site combines topic areas with links to local directories.
City's site puts the business of government first with visitors.
Agency's site builds on user feedback to expand its audience.
Interactive mapping presents information, makes data more accessible, informative.
Interactive, multimedia features give visitors the past and present of U.S. population.
California DOT's multimedia sites keeps public updated on a massive project.
Portal provides relief point for disaster survivors to access and apply for assistance.
City's website lets people track where their taxes go.
With a site powered by the open-source Drupal content management system, the administration sets a template for transparency.
Federal, state and local Web managers are getting the message that public-facing websites must be useful, easily accessible and interactive for visitors, as this year's roundup of great government sites shows.
Despite groundwork to prepare the Internet's infrastructure for the DNS Security Extensions, adoption of DNSSEC has been disappointingly slow.
Security pros see danger for 2011 in the proliferation of mobile consumer devices, sophisticated malware and the expansion of political conflict into cyberspace. On the brighter side, better law enforcement and the cloud might help make things better.