Connecticut manages M in savings with telecom audit
Bernie O’Donnell, director of communications services for the state’s Department of Administrative Services, discusses how Connecticut is cutting costs.
Texas IT staff evaluating applications that need updating
Chief Technology Officer John Hoffman discusses how his department is working to identify legacy applications that have become outdated.
States need to embrace cybersecurity framework, experts say
State IT departments need to shift their cybersecurity approach toward monitoring and response, over prevention, and develop plans that align with NIST's Cybersecurity Framework, security experts warned.
FCC looks at alternatives to support rural broadband expansion
The chief of the FCC's Office for of Strategic Planning and Policy Analysis delivers a call to action for states to help expand broadband access.
Hybrid clouds offer major perks — if they're interoperable
Using a hybrid cloud could make states more prepared for disaster. But the systems must interact seamlessly for officials to reap the benefits.
State websites become leading target for hackers
The executive director of the Multi-State Information Sharing and Analysis Center lays out his top concerns about cybersecurity for state websites.
Georgia moves oversight of 'IT towers' to services integrator
Georgia’s state technology authority wants to provide a more agile, plug-and-play IT environment by turning over the integration and management of the state’s IT services to Capgemini Inc.
Pa. state intern program helps recruit millennials to IT
Pennsylvania's deputy secretary for human resources and management shares tips for marketing to the elusive millennial generation.