As California continues to grapple with how to utilize cloud computing and software-as-a-service in government, one of the state’s smaller IT shops is showing how it’s done.
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Projects to test such new technology and infrastructure are needed, the mayor said, because “autonomous vehicles are going to be here.”
State CIO Carlos Ramos will be joined by Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation CIO Joe Panora, Department of Food and Agriculture Robert Schmidt and others from California at the four-day meeting of the National Association of State Chief Information Officers (NASCIO).
Supporters of software-designed networking say its benefits include being directly programmable, centrally managed and vendor neutral, and based on open standards.
Executives from technology companies and state government golfed for charity on Friday, raising $115,000 for five Sacramento-area children’s charities. Deloitte Consulting hosted the annual …
The software change is a deft way for Apple to underscore its commitment to privacy and distance itself from the shadow cast over the valley after revelations about the National Security Agency’s surveillance programs.
The company said it was preparing iOS 8.0.2 with a fix for the problems and urged customers to contact them if they experience the bending issue on the iPhone 6.
The not-for-profit Westwood Technology Transfer dovetails with the creation last week of a UC system venture capital fund that seeks to invest $250 million in new companies and possibly gain equity profits.
Cost, regulatory hurdles, complicated technology and weight limitations likely mean the market for on-farm drones will take time to develop.
CHP Commissioner Joseph A. Farrow will give a keynote speech at the Veterans’ Day “Giving Back to Veterans” Golf Tournament on Nov. 11 at the Lincoln Hills Golf Club in Lincoln, Calif.
The governor has signed legislation that extends the sunset date to 2019 for funding programs that help keep telecom costs down in rural areas.
The California Franchise Tax Board is more than half done with its big Enterprise Data to Revenue (EDR) project, and CIO Cathy Cleek is looking at other major projects that could be coming down the road.
West Sacramento and Vallejo are among seven new jurisdictions selected to participate in Code for America’s (CfA) 2015 Fellowship — a program for jumpstarting …
Vallejo’s application to Code for America focused on developing technology tools to promote better engagement between the community and the Vallejo Police Department. West Sacramento’s will involve governments across its region.
Following the lead of Google, Facebook and Yelp, this week, Yahoo is bolting ALEC.
The campus has already purchased 20 pairs of the device, which will be used in the College of Business Administration and Public Policy come spring 2015.
Louis Stewart, deputy director for innovation and entrepreneurship at the Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development (GO-Biz), has been crisscrossing the length of California to find an answer to that question.
Fourteen states have implemented policies allowing computer science to count as core requirements toward high school graduation, but just one high school in California offers such a course that’s approved by the University of California and the California State University.
Ramos is now in his fourth year as California’s chief information officer and has been present as the California Technology Agency became the California Department of Technology (CalTech).
The aspirations come from a UCLA program that gives start-ups led at least in part by students or recent alumni a summer stipend to polish their products, and a USC event designed to motivate students to dream ideas for a randomly selected industry in one afternoon.
In remarks at a United Nations summit in New York, Brown held out California as a “hopeful example” of bipartisanship in the effort to reduce carbon emissions, even as Republicans and some moderate Democrats criticize Brown in California for regulations they say will increase the price of fuel.
FCC Commissioners Mignon Clyburn and Jessica Rosenworcel, CPUC Commissioner Catherine Sandoval, former Facebook executive Chris Kelly and other experts from the private sector are scheduled to participate at the 10 a.m. session at the State Capitol.