Patch management is a cornerstone to information security in today's highly digitized environment. So, why is it still such a vulnerability, and how are some IT organizations approaching the issue systematically?
As they grapple with security and data access, Utah, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Indiana explain how they are leveraging identity and access management to achieve their single sign-on goals for both staff and citizens.
Even though many EMS agencies have adopted electronic patient care reporting software, those systems use different data standards than the electronic health records (EHRs) used by hospitals, making interoperability difficult.
This network in the Pacific Northwest not only links data for police officers in the field, it also provides a common platform for jails, computer-aided dispatch centers and district attorneys’ offices.
Agile development -- where software projects are broken into short sprints -- isn't as easy to implement in government as one might expect. Here are the key impediments and how CIOs are working to overcome them.
The best-performing tech incubators collect client outcome data more often and for longer periods of time than their peers, while most high-achieving incubators are nonprofit models, and public-sector support contributes to program success.
Because state governments give less funding to corrections each year, IT support at prisons lacking -- and uptime with telemedicine is crucial, which is why the state's Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services chose a cloud-based system.