PAST ISSUES / September 1998

Privatizing Public Networks

Cities are generating revenue and offering improved telecommunications services through private partnerships.

Shine Those Dress Slippers

There's more to telecommuting than just sitting around in your pajamas while you talk to your boss or clients on the phone.

Shine Those Dress Slippers

There's more to telecommuting than just sitting around in your pajamas while you talk to your boss or clients on the phone.

Shine Those Dress Slippers

There's more to telecommuting than just sitting around in your pajamas while you talk to your boss or clients on the phone.

Justice & Technology

Gun Records in a Rat's Nest

Gun sale records move from the basement into CD storage.

Product News

Product News

Product News

Interview

Raising the Bar on Local

Raising the Bar on Local

Telecommunication

Interview Grid

Product Focus

Computer Telephony's Time is Near

With improvements in IP technology and increased interest from consumers, computer telephony products and services appear poised for a big break into the mainstream market. What will that mean for state and local governments?

CIO Profile

Robert A. Mayer

Robert A. Mayer is the chief information officer for the state of Maine. He is responsible for statewide data-processing functions and telecommunications services. Previously, he managed information services for county government and the public-transit agency in Seattle.

Access

To Regulate or Not to Regulate

If the private sector doesn't protect the privacy interests of consumers, the federal government is threatening to step in and make it happen.

Letters to the Editor

Letters

Letters

Notes from the Field

Notes from the Field

Notes from the Field

E-Commerce

Governments Ponder the Magic of Marketing

State and local governments are eager to launch a number of electronic commerce initiatives, but are unsure on how to market the services.

Snapshot

National Technology Snapshot

A round-up of information technology news and events from each of the 50 states.