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OpenCounter, known for its permitting and licensing portals, was one of the original six companies to form the company now called Euna Solutions. Now, OpenCounter will join a fellow permitting-focused company in Accela.
The city’s former Director of IT Alyssa Rodriguez has been appointed chief infrastructure officer/assistant city manager. Russell Nelson, now acting director of IT, had been Henderson’s deputy CIO for more than a decade.
The Tennessee city has affirmed Jerele Neeld as chief information officer, roughly four months after he became its interim CIO. Neeld joined Chattanooga in January after a career in the private sector.
The fifth round of the Strengthening Community Colleges Training Grants will dole out grant funding for career training programs in sectors such as clean energy, semiconductors and biotechnology.
The Superior Court of Los Angeles County was hit by ransomware Friday, disrupting “many critical systems.” The courthouses remained closed Monday as the jurisdiction worked to recover from the cyber attack.
Answer: Because it’s using an outdated version of Windows.
A flawed update for cybersecurity software from the company CrowdStrike caused many Windows machines to crash. Around the globe, hospitals, airlines, 911 services, banks and others reported disruptions.