Transforming the Citizen Experience in the Town of Cary
From automated traffic lights to video analytics, discover how our Partner NWN Corporation took a seamless, cloud-based approach to support the town of Cary with smart city technology.
Connecting the Unconnected: 5G and Wi-Fi 6 Will Play a Pivotal Role in Bridging the Digital Divide
There are still Internet access disparities between residents of rural and urban areas. And the digital divide between lower-income and higher-income communities can only be closed with new approaches and solutions.
Which direction will fall winds push government IT in 2019?
At the National Association of State CIOs (NASCIO) Annual Conference in San Diego, we will focus on IT Modernization and the growing need for simple cybersecurity.
Capitalizing on 5G with the Right Network Function
Service providers have a lot to be thrilled about 5G. Its speed (think 10 Gbps), coverage, reliability, and lower latency will be a game changer in an increasingly mobile world.
Cisco Government Blogs awarded “Must-Read” status: Check out our Top 5 for 2017
Once again, Cisco Government blogs have been named a top “Must-Read” by industry leaders (including StateTech and FedTech magazines). From Smart Cities to Cybersecurity and Digital Transformation to Digital Acceleration, we’re honored to be recognized for our vision and thought leadership in both the State/Local and Federal spaces. So as 2017 comes to a close we […]
Schenectady Gets Smarter: Mayor Announces New Smart City Commission
The City of Schenectady, New York has long been on the forefront of the Smart Cities movement, utilizing new technology to help improve its municipal services and government operations. The city’s goal is to become a fully integrated, connected city by implementing a wireless network that takes advantage of the Internet of Everything (IoE), the […]