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The mobile application is purpose-built to alert users to potential cyber and phishing threats while on the move.
The requesting entity oversees the flow of electric power to more than 26 million customers across the state.
The Future Ready Award recognizes innovation in technology that serves constituents.
An Austin-based data center company continues to expand its footprint in the state.
The telecommunications leader will relocate to take on a multimillion-dollar connectivity project.
A city CIO shared his takeaways from local and interstate collaboration.
Three local IT professionals join State Risk and Authorization Management Program committees.
The platform serves as a one-stop shop for all state agencies’ finance, human resources and payroll-related needs.
Broadband access and budget revenue are among the report’s state performance indicators.
Industry Insider — Texas is pleased to welcome Talend to the Industry Insider family. Talend, based in California, offers the only end-to-end platform supporting government and education with data integration, integrity, quality and governance, making data easily discoverable, understandable and easy to use and shared across any cloud, hybrid, or multicloud environment. The company, which has been chosen by more than 7,250 organizations, offers no-code and low-code modules that give data experts and organizations the ability to promote the health of their data. For more information about the company’s government solutions, visit www.talend.com or contact Dustin DiCarlo or Nic Bojarski.
During a recent event, state leaders discussed the pandemic pivot to remote work and changes since.
Among instructional technology needs, devices for students and teachers are high on the list.
Also identified are different recovery efforts and cyber resources.
The agency’s director is asking lawmakers to approve a $467 million active-shooter facility.
She elaborated on how the agency must be responsive not only to citizen stakeholders but federal oversight as well.
Here's what you need to know about how the appraisal district works and what's affected.
Industry Insider — Texas is pleased to welcome Info-Tech Research Group to the Industry Insider family. The company is a fast-growing IT research and advisory company with some 30,000 members, according to its website. The company's data-driven programs help measure success, develop an impactful IT strategy and improve performance. For more information about Info-Tech Research Group, go to infotech.com or contact Scott MacDonald.
One of the company’s local customers includes Dallas Area Rapid Transit.
The Texas Department of Information Resources is among the agencies seeking additional budget funds for IT needs.
First responders are using an app to help them when faced with a person needing these services.
Also listed in the report is the state’s latest use of information resource technologies.
Industry Insider — Texas will not publish a newsletter Thursday or Friday in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday. The newsletter will resume Monday morning.
The agency has been improving processes, among them a particularly visible issue.
The Texas broadband office encourages participation by anyone with a stake in connectivity.
Administrators are concerned that hackers may use info to contact residents.
Texas’ annual IT Leadership Forum awards recognize outstanding public-sector IT leaders from across state agencies.
The founders hope to build out “controllable load resources” to assist when the Texas grid is running high.
If you're an IT leader in the public sector, Industry Insider — Texas wants to hear your thoughts on what we’ll see next year.
In addition to working in city government, she is an MBA in IT candidate at Texas Tech University.
The opening session of the IT Leadership Forum included discussion of hybrid work and its benefits.