AT&T is a rolling out broadband fiber and wireless 4G networks in two cities following a decision by the FCC to run trials of IP-based phone networks.
Beacon technology has inspired ideas for the public sector applications including ones to help people find their way around a courthouse or to locate the nearest bailiff.
Data center managers are coaxing more performance from their systems with workarounds that will eventually be defined in software that makes better uses of storage media.
Michigan archivists chose Preservica, a Web-based workflow-based application that ingests and curates content of all types and stores it in the Amazon cloud.
Maine business owners and registered agents have a new tool that will notify them automatically of any filing completed against their businesses.
Chicago recently released its first open data report, providing a progress report on current and new initiatives for 2014.
The Department of Homeland Security is offering access to free managed security services as part of a renewed push for states to adopt new NIST cybersecurity guidelines.
Bills introduced recently at the state level could bar many technology companies from doing business not only with the NSA, but also with state and local government entities.
The Cook County Board approved technology upgrades to track the location of county vehicles and automate building inspections, in a move away from a paper-based system.
The Next-Generation Incident Command System is being used by emergency management agencies in California for planning, response and recovery for risky and hazardous events – many of them wildfires.
A portable device has combined traditional breathalyzers with facial recognition software to test for alcohol in lower level drunk drivers.
The Port of San Diego's IT support staff has largely eliminated the need to lay hands on troubled computers through the use of virtual network computing.
Predictive analytics system based on NetReveal fraud detection protects MassHealth from fraud and unnecessary expenditures.
AT&T, IBM join forces to help cities, utilities and commercial firms develop and capitalize on the Internet of intelligent devices.