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The more you specify unique security requirements, the harder it becomes to obtain the benefits of cloud computing.
Abandoning tried-and-true procurement practices in the name of efficiency can cause more harm than good.
Government agencies have eagerly embraced open data and transparency. This newfound abundance of data has spawned new questions and challenges about how to organize the information so that citizens and policymakers can use it.
State CIOs who could be replaced after the next election cycle share their strategies for keeping projects intact under a new administration.
Many government agencies still have concerns about SaaS and cloud computing security.
Integrating human services involves collaborative decision-making and information sharing.
Money savings and transparency lead more governments to consider open source software.
Like the standardized nature of e-mail, information security tools and services can be rationalized into the enterprise to provide much more consistent security while decreasing costs and the overall security footprint.
State CIOs share strategies for keeping projects intact under possible new administrations.