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The Statewide Education Network will create an internal system for sharing classes, educational materials and other resources. All of the state's districts and charter schools are expected to join the network by 2027.
The federal government will provide a new cybersecurity guide, access to IT experts, free membership to a multistate cybersecurity center and a service to block computers from connecting to malicious domains.
A challenge process open until May 18 enables local governments, tribal nations and other groups to work with the state on charting where high-speed Internet is available. The process will ultimately free up millions in federal funding.
With election season poised to start, New Mexico’s secretary of state wants to make the public more aware of the ways deepfakes and artificial intelligence can be used to manipulate information.
Los Alamos National Laboratory has unveiled its newest supercomputer, which officials say will accelerate how they integrate artificial intelligence into both national security work and scientific research.
Plus, a mapping tool helps inform the permitting process, tribes in New Mexico get $10 million for digital equity, and more.
Plus, stakeholders continue to push for more ACP funding as the program winds down, Connecticut releases $41 million for broadband, and San Antonio is supporting small businesses with digital skills training.
The New Mexico Administrative Office of the District Attorneys was still trying to get its main computer servers working Thursday after ransomware locked prosecutors across the state out of files.
Community colleges in New Mexico will be host sites for equipment that will connect all public schools to the Statewide Educational Network, extending access to high-speed Internet to smaller districts.
All state government agencies in New Mexico will need to transition to a fully electric vehicle fleet within the next 12 years under a newly issued executive order from Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham.