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"We won't be able to attract these people with money. Security, pensions -- that will be part of it. But the other piece is going to be how they work and how they want to work"
Averatec's 3200 series notebook is so user-friendly, even the most technologically challenged can use it.
Wireless voice over Internet protocol fills a niche in on-site mobility
Wireless voice over Internet protocol fills a niche in on-site mobility.
Network allows law enforcement agencies to quickly pull information, such as mug shots and traffic reports, from other departments' records management systems in a cost-efficient manner.
Cash-strapped county puts together a 650-square-mile Wi-Fi network.
Third time's a charm?
School technology funding program gets a closer look.
As wireless broadband gathers momentum, governments take control.
Satellite technology helps streamline storm water billing and could lead to increased revenue.
Massachusetts' government IT work force now easily shares ideas across state and local governments.
New voting mandate could prove an unwanted financial burden for states and counties.
Tampa, Fla., gives citizens easy access to neighborhood statistics on the Web.
A handful of governments bring one-stop shopping to a new level.
A small, isolated Alaskan community uses broadband satellite to reach economic opportunities.
Shift toward e-voting solutions raises more questions about voting integrity.
Using GIS, Jackson County, Mo., will improve its information integration, infrastructure planning and economic development; foster intergovernmental cooperation; and save money.