The state has improved its security posture by lowering end-user risk and opening communication channels for security concerns.
With few protections on the privacy of student data, states have been scrambling to regulate how it is collected and stored.
At the new HealthlinkNY website, patients can download and print customized consent forms allowing their records to be released.
Researchers at the University of Minnesota are using cameras and image processing software to monitor parking spaces at truck stops in the state and provide a real-time assessment of available spaces.
A recent report by the National Association of State Chief Information Officers urges CIOs to get out in front of the Internet of Things.
NextTraffic, a next-gen transportation and traffic management solution, launched on Microsoft’s Azure platform.
The state will use the Vitu electronic registration and titling platform to streamline interactions between auto dealers and the Department of Motor Vehicles.
The Mozilla Gigabit Community Fund will provide $150,000 to spur creation of gigabit-enabled educational applications.
Mayor Ed Lee’s proposed budget includes $300,000 towards planning and development of an open source voting system.
Verizon’s Intelligent Water platform leverages the Internet of Things to simplify data management, billing and infrastructure modernization.
The Texas Digital Archive uses Preservica’s digital preservation suite running on Amazon Web Services’ secure GovCloud.
Utah’s Department of Public Safety and Department of Technology Services built a drivers license quiz application for Amazon Echo using the Alexa digital assistant.
A new report categorizes some of the expenses of an ongoing body-worn camera program and offers suggestions on what law enforcement agencies should consider in a five-year total cost of ownership analysis.
Migrating to the stronger encryption now will ensure agencies that process credit card payments can continue to conduct business, serve taxpayers and bring in revenue.