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With baby boomers leaving state employment, Boomerang system lists retirees with valuable skills.
Energy-efficient lighting and LED traffic signals could generate $2 million in savings for city.
Bredesen's IT policy focuses on economic development, education and consolidating state data centers.
WiMAX gains momentum as replacement for Wi-Fi to provide wireless Internet access.
State agencies create online registry that provides pictures and locations of dangerous animals.
Web 2.0 improves relationships with citizens by boosting interaction, electronic commerce group says.
Statewide automated child welfare information system is designed to remedy shortcomings of old technology.
State Division of Children and Family Services uses off-the-shelf software to show need for foster parents.
Real Time Rome also uses speed and location data from buses and taxis to help citizens make better decisions.
A look at the strengths and weaknesses of the three main Internet-based media.
Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger says Takai will help rebuild essential state services.
Mayberry-Stewart says innovation and information sharing are key challenges.
New technology from V7, Royal Philips Electronics, Targus, Sprint, HTC Corp.
A snapshot of national and international IT trends that may change your life and career.
Magazine will tackle job critical issues in 2008.