How 5G fits into state network modernization strategies
Verizon’s Anthony Battista says states need to look at flexibility and agility when considering 5G for network modernization.
First responders say they want better tech interoperability
A survey of public-safety personnel found that 70% are comfortable with existing technologies, but also revealed a desire for more seamless communications.
Four foundations for enabling modern applications
As government agencies shift to internet-based applications, the need for modernized networks has never been more essential, says IT architecture expert.
The four pillars of the digital transformation journey
Identifying the right IT investments remains a challenge for state and local agencies. One place to start: Focus on the foundations of application enablement.
Closing the expertise gaps in state and local security
Expanding cybersecurity challenges and a shortage of talent make managed and professional services a strategic solution for government tech departments.
How to strengthen security concerns despite budget constraints
The coming year does not look promising for state budgets, but agencies can turn to managed services to lower costs and improve security.
Verizon inks first multi-vendor public safety contract with Massachusetts
The contract will allow Verizon and AT&T to provide dedicated service to public safety agencies in Massachusetts.
Texas bill would prevent phone companies from 'throttling' first responders' data
The legislation follows an incident in which Verizon cut off firefighters' mobile devices that hit a monthly data limit during the biggest wildfire in California history.
Indianapolis to become fourth city with 5G internet service from Verizon this year
The city will join Houston, Los Angeles, and Sacramento to be among the first to offer the high-speed wireless service by the end of the year.