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How a statewide telecommunications infrastructure assists Wisconsin schools, law enforcement and other agencies.
Intranets provide an inexpensive and easy-to-manage
Government Selects the Familiar
Students in Davis, Calif., are using their Internet expertise to create Web pages for profit.
The Illinois Video Network reduces conference costs and increases personal productivity.
The Virginia General Assembly is using workflow management tools to enhance and streamline the bill drafting process.
Client/server design skills and expertise are scarce. Organizations that do not have them in-house or on contract may soon be left behind.
Nashville, Tenn., has its own cul-de-sac on the Information Highway, which provides a path to the main highway without exposure to a lot of unnecessary traffic.
Cambridge, Mass., developed a Web page, without using tax dollars, to aid its residents.
By improving the city's communication and emergency response infrastructure, Chicago's new sophisticated 911 system aims to cut valuable seconds from emergency response times.
Reengineering their case management system helped Utah courts improve performance and efficiency.
Pentium processors are giving users the power and speed they want and forging the 200+MHz machines of the future.