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The server failed after the county had some recent mechanical issues and power outages that affected older equipment, and also caused temperature changes in a computer room, officials say.
A pair of companies has released data from LED streetlight replacements in six cities in Maine, New York and Massachusetts where the municipalities are now collectively saving nearly $1 million per year.
The state's Department of Motor Vehicles is planning to test a new version called a mobile driver's license or digital ID — an identity-verifying credential that can be stored on your smartphone.
Nexus Louisiana has been awarded a $500,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Commerce that will be used to strengthen a program that pilots fledgling tech companies and launch a new collaboration to commercialize tech.
County spokesman Nathan Rudy said the county ‘experienced a ransomware breach’ this morning and as part of the county’s response, officials temporarily shuttered the county email system. An investigation is underway.
The plant is being built through a joint partnership between Stellantis and Samsung SDI to produce batteries for a range of electric vehicles produced at Stellantis' North American assembly plants.
Cargo delays at the ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles have plagued the nation's goods movement for about two years, with the pandemic bringing concerns about the supply chain's vulnerabilities into the spotlight.
Runoff election results in Tarrant County, Texas, which is home to Fort Worth, have been delayed because officials did not test new software that was installed after the machines malfunctioned in March.
Formerly deputy CIO for the state’s most populous county, Leek takes over a job last held by Nadia Hansen, who left for the private sector. Digital equity stands as one of the priorities of his new position.
The report, released Tuesday by a coalition of labor unions, found 1 in 7 delivery drivers was injured so severely they had to either change their job or take time off following an injury.
The Washington Parish Sheriff's Office will equip its deputies with body cameras, a move the sheriff says is designed to increase transparency, joining a growing number of agencies nationwide that are doing the same.
The city is seeking to move forward with a new program in the coming months that would retrofit low- and middle-income households with green technology, an initiative officials say will reduce carbon emissions and more.
Voter registrations skyrocketed last month after the Georgia Department of Driver Services resumed signing up eligible voters by default unless they opted out, following a minor website correction to fix an issue.
Many are left disconnected from critical infrastructure needed to connect with friends and family, buy goods and services, access health care, perform their jobs, for banking and investing, and more.
Officials say that this device allows first responders to quickly scan common venting points of a structure from a safe distance to determine the presence of methane gas, which is colorless and odorless.