How States Are Embracing Website Analytics
May 06, 2012 - If 2011 was the year of search-centric websites in state government, then 2012 might be shaping up as the year of website analytics.
Salesforce Getting Social in New Government Cloud
April 25, 2012 - Former federal CIO Vivek Kundra, now a Salesforce executive, is readying the company to compete for business in the government cloud space.
Chattanooga Claims America’s Fastest Broadband Service
April 03, 2012 - Chattanooga offers 1-gigabit-per-second fiber Internet service to all residents and businesses.
Social Media Still Has Skeptics in Government
March 19, 2012 - Thirty-two percent of GovTech survey respondents say they think social media and social networks are of limited usefulness or no value in their government workplace.
New York Officials Promise Reforms After Scathing IT Audit
February 28, 2012 - Former deputy CIO linked to possible ethics violations; new leadership promises reforms.
5 Issues to Consider Before Deploying Cloud-Based Email for Law Enforcement
February 23, 2012 - Why putting law enforcement and criminal justice email in the cloud isn't a simple task.
What percentage of car crashes in the U.S. involve a distracted driver?
February 16, 2012 - What percentage of car crashes in the U.S. involve a distracted driver?
LightSquared’s Plan for a National Wireless Network Is on Life Support
February 15, 2012 - The federal government appears to have killed off LightSquared's plan to build a nationwide network that would feature the 4G/long term evolution cellular standard.
Houston Takes CIO from Phoenix
February 03, 2012 - Charles T. Thompson has begun work as Houston's CIO after serving in the same capacity since 2007 for Phoenix.
Poll Results: GovTech Data on Retaining Qualified IT Workers
February 02, 2012 - Respondents rated their organization's ability to hire and retain qualified workers.