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Yup, those wireless coverage maps are inaccurate

A new report released by the Federal Communications Commission on Wednesday confirmed what many had been accusing wireless carriers for months: their coverage maps are not accurate. The agency also announced it will hold a $9 billion 5G auction in early 2020, replacing the Mobility Fund Phase II auction that had served as the primary mechanism for subsidizing 4G wireless expansion. Ryan Johnston explores what this could mean for the future of wireless.


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With over 1,500 institutions and hundreds of thousands of students who use AWS Educate, we wanted to take you on a trip around the world and highlight how students are learning and innovating with the cloud. Learn more.


California is building a 'portal of portals' for its data

It's the latest step in the state's effort to simplify its digital services and encourage development of new tools for public safety, public health and beyond. Colin Wood has the full story.


DHS briefs senators on state ransomware threats in classified meeting

Members of the U.S. Senate Cybersecurity Caucus received a classified briefing from the Department of Homeland Security on Wednesday addressing ransomware threats against state and local government. While the specifics of the closed-door meeting between senators and Chris Krebs, the director of DHS's Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, were shielded, a person familiar with the briefing confirmed it did include a discussion of the August ransomware attack that affected 23 communities across Texas, Benjamin Freed and CyberScoop's Sean Lyngaas report. Read more on CyberScoop.


Election cyberattacks grow with each new candidate, Utah CIO says

Utah Chief Information Officer Mike Hussey says the state is coordinating and practicing for cyberattacks against election systems, which are escalating as the 2020 election approaches. Colin has more.


How government IT can build more agility for workforce needs

Leaders share how their IT teams are delivering greater speed and value across their agencies through mobile-ready solutions, API-led integration and agile development environments. Hear from Trailblazers about how they’re modernizing IT.


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