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What state CIOs should consider when tackling top IT priorities

by • 4 months ago

Cybersecurity remains a top concern for state CIOs, but digital transformation remains key in meeting citizen needs.

Setting a new standard of security to meet modern threats

by • 4 months ago

Cisco’s Marc Moffett discusses a new benchmark for assessing security and trust

Building greater digital equity for constituents to access government services

by • 4 months ago

IT networking and security experts discuss how state and local agencies confront the digital divide across communities in the U.S. and ensure constituents can access resources with reliable broadband connectivity.

Local governments lack funding, not desire, to expand broadband, survey finds

by • 10 months ago

Many cities, counties and tribal governments have broadband projects ready, but not enough funding, according to a report from Cisco.

Cisco targets rural broadband expansion with North Carolina center

by • 11 months ago

Cisco executives said a new Rural Broadband Center will showcase technologies designed to reduce internet providers' costs of expanding service.

Strategies to create user-centric digital services

by • 1 year ago

Cisco’s Marc Moffett explores new ways of looking at digital service integration that offer modern and secure interactions for employees and citizens.

The future of work for state and local governments

by • 1 year ago

Cisco’s Marc Moffett discusses how state and local agencies can offer flexibility to their workforce, and address challenges around security and connectivity.

Cities should avoid building an IT 'Frankenstein,' says local CIO

by • 1 year ago

Planning ahead for interoperability is critical for cities, Carlsbad, California's chief innovation officer, David Graham, told an online conference.

Cisco backs off 'smart city' business

by • 1 year ago

The technology firm says it will "move away from" its Kinect for Cities software product line, as organizations around the world scale back their extraneous programs.

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