State technology officials need a new operating model, says NASCIO

by • 2 years ago

The group representing state chief information officers is focusing its resources on easing states' transition to a multisourced IT model.

Virginia's smart city group names essential elements in preliminary report

by • 3 years ago

Interoperability, scalability and cooperation with the private sector were identified as best practices by the governor's smart city working group.

Report urges cities to consider equity as they adopt emerging tech

by • 3 years ago

Autonomous vehicles, cryptocurrencies, and body worn cameras each could have unintended consequences on vulnerable populations, according to new research from the National League of Cities.

Gigabit internet should be a universal utility in San Francisco, says city report

by • 3 years ago

A panel convened by Supervisor Mark Farrell concludes that internet has graduated from a luxury to an essential component of living.

Cybersecurity confidence wanes among state and local government leaders

by • 3 years ago

A new study shows that IT professionals are neglecting cybersecurity training programs and feeling increasingly unprepared to handle cyberattacks.

Report: It’s time for San Francisco to build public broadband

by • 3 years ago

After years of throwing the idea around, a new report advises strongly for the construction of a fiber network to bridge the city’s digital divide.

Energy, 'smart government' projects comprise bulk of smart city efforts, report shows

by • 4 years ago

New research reveals the project areas that government IT leaders care about most in an industry projected to near 00 billion by 2026.

Governments are underprepared for emerging tech, report says

by • 4 years ago

Blockchain, analytics and machine learning will change how government delivers services in the next two years, but institutional barriers are slowing progress, Deloitte says.

Your ports are showing: Reports rank most exposed cities

by • 4 years ago

Two analyses of exposed infrastructure in America's most populous cities and mission-critical sectors reveal a 'shocking' number of misconfigured devices.