Tech upgrades could save Chicago millions, a working group found
One estimate shows savings of more than $225 million if the city government moves its legacy IT systems to cloud-based storage and management systems.
San Francisco replaces 'beast' of tax mainframe with cloud-based solution
It took 18 months to replace a 50-year-old mainframe with new software that allows the city's accountants to access data dashboards and easily make adjustments.
How CIOs can elevate the case for a digital government strategy
The pandemic demonstrated why agencies should invest in modern IT, but to succeed, they must develop true strategies to meet the needs of digital citizens and workers.
Could the pandemic enable CIOs to 'reinvent' government?
The pandemic transformed the state government workforce. Two state chief information officers said they plan to build on some of those improvements after they return to the office.
Seattle dodges 'legacy nightmare' with paperless contract management
A $3 million contract with Aurigo Software is allowing the city to dump its physical contract management system and collaborate with vendors more quickly.
Smart infrastructure spending to bridge legacy and cloud IT
Virtualized infrastructure that integrates legacy and modern applications in a multi-cloud environment can help agencies lower operating costs and strengthen security.
Impact your teams functionality
Live from Washington D.C.'s Office of Unified Communications, we discuss the results and impact the team has seen after re-platforming 311 on the cloud.
Intrusion monitors for election security are going virtual
Some states are now using a software-based version of the Albert sensor, a device election officials use to detect malicious network activity.
Texas 'tiger team' helps agencies move to the cloud
Building on rising cloud adoption statewide, state CIO Todd Kimbriel says his agency has team dedicated to helping agencies chart their own paths to cloud.