Dawn Kawamoto is a technology and business journalist, whose work has appeared in CNET's News.com, Dark Reading, TheStreet.com, AOL's DailyFinance and The Motley Fool.
With the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) enforcement deadline fast approaching, tech companies like Microsoft are applying their GDPR practices beyond their EU customers.
The number of U.S. residents ages 65 or older is expected to double to 83.7 million by 2050, yet 30 percent of the nation’s states do not have any autonomous vehicle legislation enacted or executive orders in place.
The group known as AnonPlus defaced three New Mexico Workers Compensation websites Wednesday, marking the third such attack on state government in six days.
Hawaii is bracing for the potential that the Kilauea volcano could explode this week, putting pressure on state IT personnel to keep the lines of communication operational.
Honolulu CIO Mark Wong slashed annual IT budget costs by $1 million for four consecutive years during his tenure at the Aloha State, yet he continues to innovate. Here’s his secret.
The state is one of five that currently rely on an all-electronic voting system with no paper ballot backup to verify the vote, but some of these states are changing their ways.
The European Union's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) May 25 enforcement deadline is fast approaching, but state and local governments shouldn't worry, say experts.
But will cities adopt new policies in the face of controversy over the potential use of the technology in police body worn cameras?
Portions of the Federal Communications Commission’s net neutrality repeal order officially began to take effect Monday, as more than two dozen states aim to find workarounds to the FCC’s Restoring Internet Freedom Order.
The new user interface aims to provide rich data on colleges and universities and make it easier to compare institutions.
The tool’s debut comes as Michigan prepares to give greater weight to student performance and growth when conducting annual teacher reviews.
Michael Dietrich is named Nevada's new CIO and deputy director of administration, a move designed to aid the state in its digital transformation.
If the U.S. Supreme Court ultimately rules states can collect sales taxes on Internet-based transactions regardless of where the e-retailer is based, CIOs don't want to leave money on the table.