On this episode of GIS Addressed, Arkansas GIO Shelby Johnson addresses the challenges of collaboration and why they're worth overcoming.
On this episode of StateScoop's Priorities podcast, CDOs from Georgia and Massachusetts show why agencies should undergo constant self-assessment.
Sponsored Content: In a podcast interview, Okta’s Ted Girard explains why a centralized identity and access management (IAM) platform represents an increasingly important strategy for CIOs to consider.
Sponsored Content: Cloud experts discuss how the VMware and Amazon Web Services partnership will streamline migration to cloud for state and local government agencies.
On the second episode of this season of StateScoop’s Priorities podcast, leaders from Colorado, Vermont and North Carolina weigh in on their agile methodology efforts.
On the second episode of StateScoop’s “GIS Addressed” podcast, Arizona’s former state cartographer says uniform data structures allow agencies and the private sector to build better products for citizens.
On the latest episode of StateScoop’s Priorities podcast, the CIOs from Mississippi and Nebraska talk about their efforts on consolidation and why the idea has been a state technology priority for so long.
On the first episode of StateScoop’s new “GIS Addressed” podcast, Oregon Geospatial Information Officer Cy Smith says the role is key to ensuring geographic information system success.
Sponsored Content: The principles of cloud computing can be applied to any agency’s IT system even if it isn’t ready to operate in a cloud-based environment.
Sponsored Content: After migrating enterprise applications to the cloud in 2016, Atlanta has found increased performance and more readiness to embrace smart city technologies.