On the latest episode of GIS Addressed, Bert Granberg, a former Utah geospatial agency head, makes the case for a national program for aerial imagery.
Government agencies using software containers and APIs will be able to transition to the cloud in a distributed IT environment more efficiently, experts say in a new podcast.
IT expert explains how automation and orchestration can be applied to legacy systems to lower costs and increase security for agencies.
By moving to centralize identity and access solutions, Texas IT officials have laid the groundwork to lower costs and unify users’ online experience.
On StateScoop's Priorities podcast, James Collins says states should try to offset some costs vendors face when expanding broadband to rural areas.
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.