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Smart cities could transform urban living for the better. However, in order to mitigate the risks of cyber threats that can be exacerbated by inadequately secured and mobile edge computing (MEC) technologies, government officials should be aware of smart cities security concerns associated with their supporting infrastructure.
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How the convergence of security and networking is accelerating government agencies journey to the cloud.
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Microsoft Teams quickly became the business application of choice as state and local governments raced to equip remote teams and maintain business continuity during the COVID-19 lockdown. But in the rush to deploy Teams, many organizations overlook, ignore or fail to anticipate some of the administrative hurdles to successful adoption. As more organizations have matured their use of Teams, a set of lessons learned has emerged to help agencies ensure a successful Teams rollout – or correct course on existing implementations.
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Five Key Criteria for Selecting the Right Technology Solution for Communications and Notifications
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The city of Santa Ana, Calif., has selected Clariti’s Building Permit Software to modernize its permitting, enforcement and inspections applications.
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The benefits of a customer-centric strategy are not confined to private entities. The same holds for government agencies. Government entities at all levels can benefit by prioritizing citizens' needs and wants.
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Consider the big picture, listen to customers and don’t overlook the details.
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Scaling compute and bandwidth is just one part of ensuring solutions work for government and the constituents it serves.
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Workplace safety is in the spotlight as government leaders adapt to a prolonged pandemic.
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A proactive cybersecurity approach can save your organization from the threats that come from cyber attacks. The government’s recent mandates can help inform your proactive security strategy.
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Cloud technologies have definitely proven their value to the public sector over the last 18 months. Agile and powerful, the cloud offers governments the ability to innovate at scale while leveraging existing infrastructure to affordably modernize government IT. But things are just heating up for the future of cloud. As current cloud strategies become proven, they’ll need to evolve into something new – a “Future Cloud” approach.
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Governments around the nation are working to design the best vaccine policies that keep both their employees and their residents safe. Although the latest data shows a variety of polarizing perspectives, there are clear emerging best practices that leading governments are following to put trust first: creating policies that are flexible and provide a range of options, and being in tune with the needs and sentiments of their employees so that they are able to be dynamic and accommodate the rapidly changing situation.
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When confronted with challenges, resilient organizations adapt and innovate to address changing customer needs. Through its partnership with Google Cloud, the Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development exemplifies this evolutionary approach. 
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Making the transition to a hyper-distributed cloud environment requires technology leaders to embrace a new approach to IT management. Here are four strategies that can operationalize a cloud smart environment for governments, their workforce and their constituents.
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COVID-19 tested the foresight of Maryland’s IT leadership when the state’s Department of Human Services (DHS) went all-in with cloud services. Facing the threat of a pandemic, Maryland aced the test — shifting seamlessly to a remote work model while continuing to deliver essential services to the state’s most vulnerable residents.
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The new cybersecurity executive order mandates zero-trust security requirements for federal information systems. Here's what you must know about the U.S. zero-trust standards from NIST.
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Read how Terry Flannery, PhD and Interim Vice President for Marketing and Communication at Stony Brook University says schools are stepping up to the challenge.
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When President Joe Biden signed an executive order requiring all federal agencies to ramp up and improve their cybersecurity efforts, it immediately raised the question about whether these requirements would trickle down to state and local governments. Although the order covers only federal agencies, IT organizations across the public sector should expect this to prompt changes in security requirements and strategies.
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Thanks to state legislation passed last year, Indiana counties can now allow candidates to file campaign finance reports electronically. Managing candidate filings and enforcing campaign finance compliance is typically a complex process that requires valuable time and resources from elections staff. Modernizing and automating these processes helps ensure consistency and accuracy, reducing demands on employees and allowing them to focus on other aspects of running and managing elections.
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Service delivery and the individual experience within health and human services (HHS) is often very siloed and fragmented.
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The Center for Internet Security (CIS) recently dropped the number of Critical Controls from 20 to 18. Some of us still think of them as the SANS Top 20, so that’s kind of a big deal.
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Hackers have many reasons why they want to target governments and many methods of how to attack. The challenge governments face is how to protect against threats while staying compliant.
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State and local governments are still revamping budgets and procedures to reflect new business models for the technology they use.

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Technology leaders must consider different stakeholders when making the case for cloud projects.
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After being hampered by legacy technologies and siloed systems while also experiencing a surge in demand for public services during the pandemic, many state and local agencies are now adopting cloud-based technologies and services to accelerate modernization.
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The pandemic has accelerated digital transformation in state and local government, as organizations quickly pivoted to stand up a remote work infrastructure and enhance digital service delivery.
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Bus transit will play a vital role in reviving city economies in the post-pandemic era. But in order to maintain safe, reliable and efficient bus service, cities must ensure dedicated bus lanes remain clear from illegally parked vehicles. Innovative computer vision technology, aided by machine learning, is making it easier than ever for cities to enforce parking and keep buses running on time.
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At Fujitsu, we believe that digital transformation in the public sector should be about delivering wider access to services, support and information.
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At Fujitsu, we’re working to leverage the power of digital to enable public-sector organizations to not only meet citizen expectations but exceed them.
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Dallas Area Rapid Transit uses the cloud to offer contactless electronic payments.