Cutting Government Costs: Five Ways to Save Using Video
State and local governments are cutting costs by using video for meetings, training, arraignments, telework, physical security, and more.
Cybersecurity Begins with the Question of Identity
Does your network control which servers you can access based on who you are and what device you're using?
World IPv6 Launch Day: What It Means to Government
On June 6, 2012, World IPv6 Launch Day, the Internet suddenly got bigger. Governments need to take action to make sure they can collaborate online with citizens and partners around the world.
Whitepaper: County Upgrades Infrastructure to Drive Municipal Services
Muskegon County in western Michigan, bordering the shores of Lake Michigan, is the twelfth-most populous county in the state. Muskegon has approximately 1,300 employees who work to maintain exceptional services to county constituents. What makes Muskegon County unique as a government is that it offers a wide range of diverse programs to its local municipalities and the residents therein. In terms of service to its constituents, Muskegon is a leader in the state.
Read how Muskegon County upgraded to an end-to-end infrastructure to maintain its reputation as a leader in service provision.
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Now on Demand: IT - An Economic Game Changer for Government
On May 22nd, Government Technology, the Center for Digital Government and Cisco held a national town hall meeting featuring key federal and state and local thought leaders from around the country on best practices for attracting and creating next-generation jobs, trends in technology that are revolutionizing government service delivery, and insights in improving communities’ growth and well being.
Access the event on demand here.