Georgia Tech awards technology grants to four cities to improve services
Four cities around Georgia each received $50,000 in the second year of the research university's Georgia Smart Communities Challenge program.
Improving cybersecurity visibility at state and local government agencies
Report highlights security gaps in state and local government networks as IT leaders manage an increasing diversity of computing assets.
For Spokane, being a smart city starts with a better way to measure air quality
The Washington city is building a more precise instrument that will allow local government to study pollution patterns and adapt.
Four ways state and local CIOs can boost cybersecurity
Commentary: Tanium Security Director Andre McGregor draws on his experience with the FBI to lend state and local government tech teams advice for keeping their networks and data secure.
IoT tools for public safety find $4.8 million in Homeland Security funding
Virginia-based nonprofit Center for Innovative Technology will help test and develop emerging technologies like thermal imaging and aerial drones for use by first responders.
Like Siri for public transit: Austin consortium builds beacon network
The local transit authority and several Internet of Things companies will soon begin experimenting with a network that automatically pushes location-based alerts.
Activity spikes on San Francisco’s Internet of Things network
After its debut in October last year, the city's IoT network is already part of dozens of pilots and startups. More are coming.
Opinion: Post-Trump, local governments need to focus on engagement, not just policy
This is how city leaders can use technology to win back trust and save democracy.
San Diego tweaks cyber platform in anticipation of IoT data wave
As cyber threats and network devices grow in number, city leaders try to stay ahead of the game.