Wyoming puts 'huge' focus on hosted mainframe upgrade
Wyoming Chief Technology Officer Dan Young says the state can no longer find the workforce to support its legacy infrastructure.
It's pretty easy to hack a smart city, cybersecurity researchers find
IBM Security and Threatcare found more than a dozen vulnerabilities in systems that connect to environmental sensors, traffic monitors and other advanced infrastructure.
'Blockchain for Arkansas' summit shows off food-safety platform that uses decentralized records
The summit was hosted by Gov. Asa Hutchinson and IBM and included a number of Arkansas-based companies and universities.
Favoring flexibility, more states pursue multi-sourced IT models
Virginia's single-provider contract with Northrop Grumman is the last of a dying breed in government.
After being put on notice, IBM proposes solution to Oregon's troubled phone system
The state has accepted the company's proposal, but it also has hired some extra help to avoid repeating history.
Governors must shepherd in AI with responsible data stewardship, IBM CEO says
Ginni Rometty says artificial intelligence will affect 100 percent of jobs and that state leaders have a central role to play as the technology emerges.
Former D.C. CTO pops up as general manager at IBM
Archana Vemulapalli will continue her work in technology in a global networking management role.
IBM's Watson is going to start listening in on 911 calls
To help emergency call centers improve operations, public safety is hooking into the artificial intelligence system's speech-to-text and analytics programs.
Virginia resolves dispute with Northrop Grumman, regains access to disaster recovery system
The latest episode in the tumultuous relationship between the state technology agency and its IT vendor comes to a close.