Arizona CIO Morgan Reed says the state's cloud-first policy has resulted in millions of dollars of savings for the state and set the baseline for better data analysis.
Tom Kennedy, the vice president of public sector for Veritas, says in multi-cloud and hybrid cloud environments, states need to keep their focus on data.
Charles Collier, a principal for KPMG's state and local advisory group, says states should use agile to "get technology into the hands" of programs and business units.
Deloitte & Touche LLP Principal Srini Subramanian introduces the 2018 NASCIO-Deloitte Cyber Study and the bold plays the report recommends for state chief information security officers.
Colorado's CTO David McCurdy tells StateScoop about how the state is diving deeper into cloud and the cost savings that are coming from the effort.
Dewand Neely, Indiana’s chief information officer, says in a video interview that information sharing is the next key piece of government cybersecurity operations.
Geoff Brown, New York City's chief information security officer, says in a video interview that intelligence-driven security programs are the way to go.
With priorities ranging from next-gen 911, to FirstNet, to fusion centers focused on collaboration, state chief information officers are an essential piece of the public safety puzzle nationwide.
C-suite technology leaders from Illinois and Georgia detail the different ways their states are engaging with the smart communities in their regions.
The state's chief information security officer tells StateScoop about his cybersecurity vision, how emerging tech factors in and the department's next steps with information security.