Amid recovery, U.S. Virgin Islands looks to cloud and consolidation
Almost two years after Hurricanes Maria and Irma crippled the island territory, its CIO Angelo Riddick says reliability is key.
After Maria, Puerto Rico sees blank canvas for innovation, cloud
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.
Why Puerto Rico still doesn’t know how many people died in Hurricane Maria
The island's independent statistics institute is on track to be merged into another department, upending a decade of work.
Soaked by Irma and Maria, U.S. Virgin Islands CIO kept technology going
Commentary: U.S. Virgin Islands CIO Angleo "Tony" Riddick shares how the 2017 hurricane season tried his territory's emergency plans and continues to affect operations today.
Machetes, stolen generators, and balloons: What island CIOs faced after 2017's deadly hurricanes
The chief information officers of the U.S. Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico recalled the kinds of disaster responses much of the NASCIO crowd probably isn't used to.
Puerto Rico plans infrastructure rebuild with smart city tech
With help from the Smart Cities Council, the island will soon develop a roadmap that includes emerging technologies like street-level sensors and connected vehicles.
For Hurricane Maria relief, infrastructure map lends Puerto Rico a hand
A new map provides the territory crowdsourced updates on dangerous conditions related to bridges, roads, mudslides, water and fuel.