Network modernization

T-Mobile executive discusses strategies for investing in 5G

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To get the most value out of 5G investments, state leaders need to consider the different types of 5G connectivity, says T-Mobile executive Dave Bezzant.

How Massachusetts has enhanced its threat hunting analysis

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Assistant secretary for technology, security and operations and COO Sean Hughes on building greater security protections into the state’s network.

Pennsylvania's CTO on ensuring network resiliency to support cloud strategies

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Pennsylvania CTO on how the adoption of cloud computing impacts the state’s networking requirements and what value propositions to consider in network updates.

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

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The state is shifting its cloud posture after the expense and fragility of its VPN-approach to connecting to on-prem data centers reached a tipping point, shares CTO Steve Nichols.

North Dakota’s CTO, the right network capacity at the right cost

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Duane Schell shares how the state has kept networking costs relatively neutral by adding more value to the capacities they are procuring.

Building the roadmap to IT network modernization

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Copper River IT on ensuring state networks can properly and securely support IT efforts.

Modernizing network capacity and security for the remote workforce

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The State of Oklahoma and the City of Philadelphia are using key partnerships to simplify network architecture and lower operational costs, shares IT leader Ben Caruso.

How 5G fits into state network modernization strategies

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Verizon’s Anthony Battista says states need to look at flexibility and agility when considering 5G for network modernization.

Building greater digital equity for constituents to access government services

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IT networking and security experts discuss how state and local agencies confront the digital divide across communities in the U.S. and ensure constituents can access resources with reliable broadband connectivity.

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