Scott Amundson has written for a number of fine publications, including Attorney-at-Law Magazine and The Suit Magazine. He also contributes to the Oklahoman and the Journal Record.
The Economic Development Corp. is working its way through more than 150 applications, giving out fiber connections on a first come, first serve basis.
The back-end mobilization of code, software, and financial and bank approvals necessary to make this happen was substantial.
One school district is installing technology on its buses to prove that drivers are blowing past stop signs.
Transparency and user-friendliness topped the list of priorities for Costa Mesa's redesigned website.
An online portal is helping drivers over age 40 renew their driver's licenses electronically.
The Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians gets more accomplished with face-to-face contact, enabled by video conferencing.
A partnership that leverages LexisNexis' technology reconciled tax records, recovering nearly $3 million in revenue.
Some in law enforcement see legislation that allows police to look through cellphones without warrants as helpful in maximizing investigations, while others argue there are more pressing issues to attend to post-collision.
The training program satisfies the federal requirement for annual personally identifiable information training.
Within 24 hours of the tornado that devastated Moore, Okla., last month, the OKStrong website went live to serve as a central point for official communications and relief efforts.
Las Vegas is simplifying development services processes using technology, saving time and money for customers and the city.
A preliminary study from North Carolina State University found that older programmers may know more about emergent technology than their younger counterparts.