Seattle launches one of the nation's first Active Traffic Management systems. The technology is designed to help drivers both avoid existing traffic congestion prevent future congestion from forming.
State and local CIOs say government is doing a good job of collecting and publishing data, but the next step is using it to affect decision-making.
The nation’s top state and local government CIOs share their thoughts about the cloud.
Chattanooga offers 1-gigabit-per-second fiber Internet service to all residents and businesses.
Industry representatives discuss future cyberthreats and their possible impacts at the RSA Conference.
Every year, Government Technology magazine’s Top 25 Doers, Dreamers and Drivers award program recognizes individuals for their achievements in public-sector IT.
Local law enforcement technology advances, but still suffers from the ‘CSI effect.’
Few events impact the AT&T network like the final episode of American Idol. Network traffic essentially doubles when viewers vote for the annual winner of Fox TV’s popular singing contest.
In 2003, a problem with the electric grid interrupted electric service to an estimated 45 million people in eight U.S. states. The power outage struck around 4:10 p.m. on Aug. 14. Records from that date show an almost instantaneous jump in traffic on the
See how AT&T’s Global Network Operations Center kept voice and data traffic flowing during the Hurricane Katrina disaster in 2005.
Watch how California’s Department of State Hospitals – Napa improves staff and patient security in the wake of tragedy
Watch how the State of Tennessee’s IP-based emergency response network will make emergency services faster, easier and more reliable.