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A newly formed team within North Dakota Information Technology is taking an in-depth look at emergency communications across the state with a focus on interoperability, security and resilience.
Data from cities, counties and states reveals the roles they have the toughest time filling (and they’re not just in cybersecurity). Here are some of their innovative approaches to navigating these workforce shortages.
Five communications companies took part in an event this week underscoring the more than $119 million worth of fiber broadband expansion that is being funded by state and federal funding sources.
North Dakota high school students can now create digital wallets for storing transcripts, diplomas and other credentials, and the state expects colleges and employers to sign on in the coming months.
The North Dakota State Board of Higher Education voted in March to ban the social media platform TikTok from all Internet networks and university-owned devices. Student reactions range from anger to agreement.
At last week's NASCIO Midyear conference in Washington, D.C., leaders like North Dakota CISO Michael Gregg outlined their approaches to tapping new talent pools for state IT.
Higher education leaders and students predict the State Board of Higher Education's ban, scheduled to take effect July 1, will have a negligible impact on students and university operations.
The new legislation, slated to take effect in 2025, will add graduation requirements, provide for the training and certification of teachers and make technology courses available to adult education outlets.
The State Board of Higher Education has yet to make a decision on whether or not to ban access to the social media app on college networks, but students and staff say they're aware of the information security concerns.
The North Dakota University System is recruiting leaders and planning seminars to combat the negative effects of artificial intelligence and discuss the potential for further applications in curriculum development.