Intrusion monitors for election security are going virtual
Some states are now using a software-based version of the Albert sensor, a device election officials use to detect malicious network activity.
Data analysis, machine learning attract states to the cloud
With the new capabilities cloud computing presents, IT agencies can protect themselves better and do more with data, guests say on StateScoop's Priorities podcast.
States are struggling to attract top IT talent from the workforce
A survey highlights workforce challenges, driving some states' CIOs to focus on job reclassification and internship programs.
Nebraska sued by former Medicaid systems integrator
Wipro Limited claims the state gave no "factual basis" for terminating an $84 million contract the company says was being completed on time and on budget.
Application management uncovers surprises in Nebraska
State CIO Ed Toner says taking inventory of the state's applications and servers is helping to trim down and, other times, bulk up.
State and local tech partnerships take finesse, but pay dividends
It's all about finding the right opportunity or "lever," two state IT officials told a conference audience.
At different stages in consolidation, states look to a more efficient future
On the latest episode of StateScoop’s Priorities podcast, the CIOs from Mississippi and Nebraska talk about their efforts on consolidation and why the idea has been a state technology priority for so long.
Nebraska lawmakers advance supportive blockchain bills, ditch regulatory ones
To encourage adoption of the distributed ledger technologies behind cryptocurrencies like bitcoin, legislators are being supportive, even if they don't always understand how it works.
Census data, NextGen 911, drones hot issues at 2018 MidAmerica GIS symposium
The MidAmerica GIS Consortium's April event will bring together map makers and geospatial data practitioners from nine states.