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After Maria, Puerto Rico sees blank canvas for innovation, cloud

by • 2 months ago

Puerto Rico's CIO Luis Arocho explains how the territory can embrace innovation and modernization during the course of recovering from the devastation of Hurricane Maria.

Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam orders state agencies to the cloud

by • 4 months ago

The order requires agencies to submit cloud migration plans to the state's IT department starting this December.

State technology offices continue pushing away from the mainframe

by • 5 months ago

Managing in-house hardware is less popular than ever, a new NASTD survey finds.

Georgia Technology Authority inks $219 million hybrid-cloud contract for state's digital services

by • 5 months ago

The contract will place technology company Unisys in charge of the state's data centers, storage and computing services.

AWS announces winners of annual 'City on a Cloud' competition

by • 7 months ago

Washington, D.C.; Los Angeles; and Asheville, North Carolina, are among the cities that were awarded for their creative uses of Amazon's cloud-computing platform.

Virginia capital replaces 311 service line with cloud-based, IoT-capable website and mobile apps

by • 7 months ago

Richmond's new digital service resolves finicky back-end issues for city employees fielding requests and instates 24/7 access online.

AWS names 2018 'City on a Cloud' competition finalists

by • 7 months ago

The winners will collectively receive 50,000 in Amazon Web Services credits.

New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy finally appoints a new chief technology officer

by • 7 months ago

Technology veteran Christopher Rein, who most recently served in cybersecurity roles with the state, will inherit an IT consolidation effort launched by his predecessor.

'Connected Government Cloud' bridges disparate data in Utah DOT

by • 7 months ago

State transportation officials told StateScoop the days of asking questions are over, and the data needed for definite and immediate answers is now at the ready.

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