North Carolina formalizes cybersecurity task force
Gov. Roy Cooper signed an executive order establishing an incident-response effort that draws on state and local cyber professionals.
North Carolina Gov. Cooper names acting CIO
Deputy Chief Information Officer Thomas Parrish IV takes over the state's technology agency after former CIO Tracy Doaks stepped down last month.
North Carolina pumps $9.8 million into rural broadband expansion
Gov. Roy Cooper says the state's expanded funding will bring improved internet access to 9,800 households and 590 businesses.
North Carolina launches cybersecurity training program for veterans
The state is partnering with Cisco and other tech firms to offer free training to former military members pursuing cybersecurity careers.
North Carolina's former CIO takes the scholarly route
Keith Werner is back in a public-sector IT role, this time leading modernization and security efforts for the state's university system.
Infosys feeds North Carolina technology workforce with launch of innovation hub
By partnering with local universities, the hub is expected to train 2,000 state residents in advanced technologies like machine learning, big data and cloud computing.
North Carolina CIO Keith Werner steps down
After more than six years with the state, North Carolina's technology chief will evaluate new opportunities in the private sector.
Trump's UN ambassador pick spells uncertainty for South Carolina CIO
South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley's move to the United Nations could prompt the appointment of a new state technology leader.
North Carolina gov. signs controversial bill severely limiting access to police video
Gov. Pat McCrory approved a bill to keep all police video in the state secret, unless a judge steps in and gets involved.