Nebraska CIO Ed Toner explained how the state’s ongoing cloud migration project is addressing agency change hesitancy, streamlining IT processes and securely centralizing data management.
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From executives to professors, staff at UNL see enormous innovative potential, complications for their own work and the possibility of negative long-term effects as they contemplate the inevitable roles of AI chatbots.
Almost two months after the FCC released its new broadband map, state governments have submitted “bulk challenges” as part of a requirement to receive BEAD funding.
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Plus, New Mexico directs $36.8 million in grants through an Internet expansion pilot program, Nebraska nets $5.6 million in federal awards for boosting broadband, a report details Chicago digital divide progress, and more.
At the NASCIO Annual Conference in Louisville, Nebraska Chief Information Officer Ed Toner outlined how his state is approaching identity management, envisioning easy resident access to online services.