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GT reader survey exposes strengths and weaknesses of information security.
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E-discovery and public records issues drive Washington state's centralized document management strategy.
Rights management technology controls ability to view, print, copy and e-mail documents.
Sprawling CES showcases technologies, from astounding to ridiculous.
Electronic billing system speeds invoice processing, improving relations with outside counsel.
Most posts can be deleted, but it's best to think before you speak.
Outsourced case management operations open new channels for citizens and improve efficiency.
New Products from Belkin, Kodak, Art Technology, Apple and MPC Computers
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It's 2008. Why am I still using a keyboard?
Veteran CIO balances the needs of millennials and elderly citizens.