Governor’s Datathon

Florida school district acknowledges data breach in ransomware incident

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Broward County Public Schools, the nation's sixth-biggest district, sent out breach notification alerts nine months after a March attack.

What state agencies discovered using Zoom

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Zoom’s unified video communications platform expanded civic engagement. But state CIOs also discovered how it helps them pursue their ‘Top 10 IT Priorities.’

How hybrid work will impact network needs for government agencies

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Networking expert Tony Bardo looks at the long-term impacts and costs of hybrid work on agency networking needs and why leaders should rethink their MSP contracts.

N.C. officials tout 'unique opportunity' for broadband expansion

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North Carolina has nearly $2 billion in planned broadband infrastructure and digital literacy investments on the way, officials said during a press conference on Tuesday.

Pandemic has heightened IT's accessibility issues

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Jay Wyant, Minnesota's chief information accessibility officer, said in a NASCIO publication that ensuring access for workers and users with disabilities is everyone's job.

Palo Alto, Calif., to pursue changes to cybersecurity strategy

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City Council members in the Silicon Valley hub approved an audit that found the local government lacked a formalized disaster recovery plan.

How to find an IT modernization approach that fits your agency’s needs

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A new report weighs the risks and rewards of different modernization approaches that can help state IT move away from mainframes, legacy code and end-of-life infrastructure.

Post-pandemic, state IT is in a ‘time for reflection and change’

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As agencies respond to the changes presented by the health crisis, state IT leaders are looking towards more innovative ways to approach business operations, two industry leaders say.

Alaska needs a broadband office, task force tells governor

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A 14-member task force made several recommendations for improving broadband capabilities across Alaska, which ranks dead least for high-speed connectivity.