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Inflation hitting Los Angeles hard, new website shows

Los Angeles Controller Ron Galperin's latest data visualizations are designed to give additional context to the rising costs of living faced by the nearly 18.5 million who live in the city and its wider metropolitan area. Galperin's “L.A.’s Cost of Living Crisis” dashboard uses data to show the effects of economic concerns that predate the pandemic, and have been exacerbated by the recent upward trend in inflation. Colin Wood reports.

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State officials eye 'new era' for Oregon broadband

Technology officials across Oregon are planning an ambitious upgrade and expansion to the state’s broadband infrastructure in the coming years, including network extensions in the state’s more remote areas and bandwidths reaching 100 gigabits per second. That’s according to presentations given at a recent meeting of Link Oregon, a consortium, chaired by state CIO Terrence Woods, that provides broadband connectivity to the state’s public and nonprofit sectors. Benjamin Freed has details.

Ransomware group Vice Society hits another school district

The Linn-Mar Community School District in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, has reportedly become the latest school district to be targeted by a ransomware group known as Vice Society. Vice Society deploys a variety of tactics, including deleting back-up data to prevent victims from restoring access to encrypted systems. The group maintains a website where it publishes the data of those who do not meet its extortion demands. Lindsay McKenzie has the story.


WATCH: Georgia’s CTO on taking a cloud-first posture to minimize technical debt

Georgia is shifting its cloud posture after realizing they were piling up technical debt by taking a VPN-approach to connect employees to tools their on-prem data centers. The expense and fragility of the architecture reached a tipping point, says CTO Steve Nichols. He shares two big initiatives for the state. First, to move to an SD-Wan solution and second, to take a cloud-first posture for any new workloads and replatform projects they bid out. Hear more from Nichols.

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