Plus, a new survey has found that more than 80 percent of respondents have high-speed Internet through fiber; the Pittsburgh Digital Equity Coalition has released a new strategic plan; and more.
The new facility will improve the performance of regional Internet services and allow local and regional networks to exchange data traffic, cloud services and content networks with each other.
Plus, the New York State Library is preparing to hold a digital equity roundtable, a report details the lack of Internet at rural Pennsylvania schools, and more.
Following a cybersecurity incident, the online portals that are used to search court cases there have been down statewide, leaving attorneys and judges unable to access their own records.
It has been nearly three weeks since an unexplained security incident shuttered Kansas’ online court system, blocking public and internal access to an untold number of court cases and records.
Plus, Missouri is launching a new advisory council related to digital equity; Kansas is collecting more input on its broadband plans; Maryland is dedicating more money to getting people connected; and more.
Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly today announced the appointment of Jeff Maxon to the position of chief information technology officer — a role he has been serving in an interim capacity since January.
We run down a list of some of the government actions taking place for the week. Plus, Kansas releases its broadband digital equity plan for public comment, and a research program seeks to advance health equity.
The University of Kansas is spearheading a technology program that offers a comprehensive array of digital skills training to facilitate the reintegration of incarcerated women into society.