Modernizing endpoint management to gain greater visibility into network activity
California Dept of Corrections and Rehabilitation’s CISO shares how the agency is leveraging high-fidelity endpoint data to inform critical IT networking decisions.
‘No turning back’ to pre-pandemic IT, Delaware CIO says
The expectations of the public and other government agencies have grown greatly during the health crisis, Delaware CIO Jason Clarke said.
Pittsburgh is putting foundational IT first, acting CIO says
City CIO Heidi Norman said the city will focus on connectivity before pursuing "fun stuff."
NASCIO names finalists of 2021 State IT Recognition Awards
Judges selected 30 finalists from among 110 submissions of projects that include state broadband maps and contact-tracing systems.
Cyber and digital services to remain top issues, NASCIO president says
As his term as NASCIO president winds down, New Hampshire CIO Denis Goulet pushed for his colleagues to hold the ground they've gained during the pandemic.
Kansas children and families agency scoots off the mainframe
The Kansas Department of Children and Families is paying Conduent $6.9 million to replatform its COBOL-based system.
Google's AI helped Wisconsin clear unemployment backlog
Officials said the company's machine learning tech helped clear 770,000 applications and screen for fraud.
Missouri eyes IT overhaul with Rescue Plan funding
Chief Information Officer Jeffrey Wann said he wants to bring residents the same quality of service he gets when ordering from Domino's.
Modernization is like fixing an air conditioner, Illinois CISO says
Retiring legacy systems, Illinois CISO Adam Ford said during a CrowdStrike event, is like "replacing the air conditioner before it goes out."