How the pandemic changed state IT, according to chief technology officers
Survey data from the National Association of State Technology Directors shows that very few believe their operations will go unaffected by the health crisis.
Strategies to create user-centric digital services
Cisco’s Marc Moffett explores new ways of looking at digital service integration that offer modern and secure interactions for employees and citizens.
How agencies can mitigate cyber risks from unmanaged devices
Though agencies loosened “bring-your-own-device” policies last year, they can still stay ahead of cyberthreats by integrating dynamic access policies.
The future of work for state and local governments
Cisco’s Marc Moffett discusses how state and local agencies can offer flexibility to their workforce, and address challenges around security and connectivity.
Remote work works — now fix the culture, CIOs tell NASCIO
State CIO surveys on workforce in 2020 and 2021 show no resistance to remote work, only a concern with developing healthy workplace cultures.
Wisconsin selects Google Cloud to back 'virtual career center'
Wisconsin's workforce department will develop an online platform this year to help its unemployed residents get trained and back to work.
Microsoft executive shares a new vision for digital government
The pandemic raised the need to improve digital services. With strategic cloud investments these interactions can be intelligent, intuitive and secure, says James Collins.
Ensuring business continuity for the state of Michigan with cloud
Michigan’s CIO Brom Stibitz attributes the state’s success to move remote is due to their centralized IT shop and key cloud investments on email and collaboration tools.
State IT workforce challenges? Change your messaging, say CIOs
Government can't compete with the pay offered by the private sector, but it can offer a sense of purpose, says North Dakota CIO Shawn Riley.