The Staff of Government Technology
A look at the trends and people that influenced government IT in 2010.View Digital Issue View Past Issues
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The changing political landscape may also mean new chief information officers are appointed.
As agencies adopt cloud computing and open source software, questions abound about how these hot technology trends are destined to intersect.
NYCityMap takes user input and generates maps that show nearby services and locations.
Government customers of Microsoft and Google cloud computing services explain their preferences.
Legacy systems have New Jersey hankering for a major electronic records renovation.
Montana officials believe it’s the first U.S. state to install a ‘heat wheel’ in its data center, which uses climate control technology to keep server temperatures and costs down.
By the end of 2010, Verizon plans to launch a massive long term evolution (LTE) network, reaching 110 million Americans in 38 major markets across the country.
Cloud computing and IT consolidation were also hot in 2010.
Rugged mobile phone, tablet PC, notebook computer.
Mary Shamouel, CIO of the Santa Clara County, Calif., Social Services Agency, discusses streamlined evaluation process.