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The Future Ready Award recognizes innovation in technology that serves constituents.
The telecommunications leader will relocate to take on a multimillion-dollar connectivity project.
Three local IT professionals join State Risk and Authorization Management Program committees.
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.
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.
Industry Insider — Texas will not publish a newsletter Thursday or Friday in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday. The newsletter will resume Monday morning.
Texas’ annual IT Leadership Forum awards recognize outstanding public-sector IT leaders from across state agencies.
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 a “One-on-One” Q&A interview, a Texas municipal IT leader tells how he has grown and developed his staff as well as his infrastructure.
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.
Technology-related funding is part of many requests, which have been compiled in a 94-page report.
The university has received grants and continued support for its highly regarded programming.
Employees and security experts are mitigating the situation, according to officials.
Telecoms seeking federal funding are encouraged to promote diversity and equity.
This new facility will bring more than 400 jobs along with stateside production of much-needed tech components.
Industry Insider — Texas is pleased to welcome OutriderZ to the Industry Insider family. The consulting firm helps clients understand what it takes to get from an initial sales call to a successful purchase, according to its website. The firm specializes in business development, strategic development and networking, enterprise resource planning (ERP) oversight and governance, proposals, contract negotiations and a host of other services. For more information about OutriderZ, go to outriderztx.com or contact Donna Holliday.
The city is contracted with Axon Enterprise to provide cameras, video and tasers.
Thursday’s live event will feature Ricardo Blanco, chief information officer for the Texas Health and Human Services Commission.
It proposes funding and curriculum development for the future cybersecurity workforce.
Industry Insider — Texas is pleased to welcome Zoom to the Industry Insider family. The company helps enterprises, small businesses and people connect, communicate and express ideas, according to its website. For more information about Zoom, go to https://zoom.us or contact Jeff Grant.
Industry Insider — Texas is pleased to welcome KWR Strategies to the Industry Insider family. The company exists to help state-level decision-makers connect with vendors who are uniquely suited to solve their IT challenges. For more information about KWR, go to www.kwrstrategies.com or contact CEO and founder Karen Robinson.
This funding would be some $8.46 million for Texas state and local governments.
Texas will receive additional money for schools and libraries to purchase hardware.
County seeking a $1.2 billion bond package to cover multiple projects.
The virtual event, set for Sept. 15, is presented by the Center for Digital Government to showcase and recognize the latest trends, best practices and ideas about the evolving experience of government.
Industry Insider — Texas is pleased to welcome KPMG to the Industry Insider family. According to its website: “Our innovative solutions help governments navigate their transformation journey to streamline business and operating models and services to citizens. We can help you to overcome the many transformation journey challenges.” For more information about KPMG, go to www.kpmg.us or contact Amanda Campbell.
The longtime technology leader in state government and the private sector says his last day will be Sept. 16. His announcement drew accolades from the state's top IT executives.
Industry Insider — Texas is pleased to welcome Incode Technologies to the Industry Insider family. According to its website: “We enable a new generation of highly curated and personalized business services built around identity-centric experiences. Incode’s industry leading Omni platform increases conversion rates and reduces fraud while maintaining strict privacy controls.” For more information about Incode go to incode.com or contact Katie James.
Modernizing alcoholic beverage sales and related processes are a part of digital strategy.