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FirstNet, the nationwide public-safety wireless broadband network, is expanding services to help responders during the coronavirus pandemic.
The tech community is stepping up to help government agencies with free and discounted cloud, security, communications and workflow services.
A contagion model often used to predict the spread of illness can help traffic controllers respond in real time to traffic jams.
Integrated and streamlined information pipelines help the entire team respond to calls efficiently and report information accurately.
Traveling across the Mayo Clinic’s Florida campus, the unmanned AVs ferry tests from a drive-thru clinic to a processing lab.
Teams will assist in the state’s coronavirus response for three-month service deployments and address issues in technology, operations, analytics and communications.
Under the strain of nearly 10 million Americans filing for unemployment insurance in just the last two weeks, state legacy systems are crumbling.
To mitigate the risk of application security vulnerabilities, state and local governments should consider application security testing to find vulnerabilities in websites and applications throughout the software development life cycle.
The Los Angeles Information Technology Agency built a telework platform that gives remote staff members access their office computer, including full access to any installed software, files, shared drives and more.
A study provides new evidence that the same optical fibers that deliver high-speed internet and HD video to our homes could one day double as earthquake monitors.
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