state and local
How the IoT is enabling safer streets in New Orleans
The city of New Orleans is making big changes, turning to innovative technologies that help tourists feel safer. And it’s all starting with the Internet of Things (IoT).
IoT Evolves: the coming of long range WAN
What is LoRaWAN? How does it work? And will it really change the IoT like nothing before?
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.
AI/ML: Shiny Object or Panacea?
Guest Blogger: Anthony McKinney Data Center Specialist Army Tactical/SOF Collaborator: Michelle Tschudy, US Public Sector/DoD You can’t swing...
Law Enforcement Innovation: Recognizing Leadership in Community Policing
Since 1893, the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) has shaped the future of law enforcement. This year, Cisco is sponsoring the IACP/Cisco Leadership in Community Policing Awards.
Digital Harvest: Celebrating data, analytics, and outcomes at Gartner ITxpo
As you watch the leaves begin to fall and send the kids back to school, you may also be enjoying one or more of the local festivals or state fairs...
CDM: the new driver of cybersecurity and IT modernization
Recently, I had the opportunity to join many of my industry, agency, and Capitol Hill colleagues at the U.S. Capitol to discuss the Department of Homeland Security’s ongoing Continuous Diagnostics...
The big myth about security patch management
There's a big myth out there about patching. Is it an easy fix? The truth is, effective security patch management for your network can be difficult. Is your network secure?
Edge and fog computing: Key to safer streets? (Part 3)
In parts one and two, we used Michael Crichton’s 1973 sci-fi movie, Westworld, to illustrate the concepts of edge and fog computing and how they may be the...