Nov 20

L.A. County to Launch New All-Digital Investigations System in Early 2019 Insider

Nov 20

CDT Seeks Vendor for Multiple Services Insider

Nov 20

PG&E Canceled Planned Power Shutoff Just Before Camp Fire Broke Out

A southern California mayor said the state needs an electrical overhaul that includes the construction of underground power lines.
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Nov 19

Secretary of State's Office Appoints New Tech Officer Insider

Nov 19

County Officials Failed to Use CellPhone Alerts to Warn Residents About Camp Fire

Last week’s inferno has become an all-too-familiar scene in what experts call the “new normal” as California’s climate changes, and, according to some experts, so was the response.
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Nov 19

DGS Awards New Statewide Contracts Insider

Nov 19

VIDEO: Why Innovation May Be Easier at Small Public Safety Agencies

It might seem counterintuitive, but in the public safety space, tech startup entrepreneurs say that big agencies with big budgets might not be the most innovative. Many like the creativity and agility of small agencies.
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Nov 16

Broadband Colocation Is Possible, But It's Complicated Insider

Nov 16

These Are Some Gaps in CA's Emergency Response System Insider

Nov 16

Camp Fire Shows Need for Early Detection: How Tech and Artificial Intelligence Can Help

How far can technology go to help automatically detect and even predict wildfires? From coast to coast, computer scientists, researchers and others are hoping to make it go further.
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Nov 15

Expanding Fiber Could Help Fight Fires Insider

Nov 15

Little Hoover Considers AI Report

The Little Hoover Commission will hold a meeting today at 2:30 in downtown Sacramento to consider adoption of a draft study on artificial intelligence.
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Nov 14

Muni IT Head Sonali Bose Departs, Creating Another Challenge for SF’s Transit Agency

Sonali Bose, SFMTA’s director of finance and information technology, will retire on Friday.
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Nov 14

Here's Who Attended This Year's UC Computing Services Conference Insider

Nov 14

Amazon's HQ2 is Headed to New York and Virginia with Thousands of Jobs. Here’s Why Some in L.A. Are Relieved

Among the gaggle of California supplicants from San Diego to Irvine to San Francisco, Los Angeles made the cut of 20 finalists, the lone survivor west of the Rockies.
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Nov 14

CompTIA Wants to See Changes in IT Procurement Insider

Nov 13

CalSTRS Votes to Build a Second Headquarters in West Sacramento

The California State Teachers Retirement System on Thursday committed to a $300 million expansion of its West Sacramento headquarters, voting to build a second 275,000-square-foot office building along the Sacramento River.
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Nov 13

People on the Move: Snowflake's New Sales Director Insider

Nov 13

Carlsbad's First Innovation Officer Has Plans that Could Stretch Beyond One City Insider

Oct 19

California Selects E-Signature Solutions Insider

Nov 12

Office of Emergency Services Leans on GIS for Fire Awareness Insider

Nov 12

Department of Education Has New CIO Insider

Nov 12

New Satellite to Monitor Future West Coast Fires

Older satellites could monitor weather, but only for larger-scale weather patterns. The GOES-16 and GOES-17 can zero in on specific areas and storms. The GOES-16 has been used to monitor hurricanes on the East Coast.
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Nov 9

Will New Tech Taxes in Bay Area Spread?

Both sides in the debate over whether Bay Area businesses should pay more taxes to help solve the region’s housing, traffic and affordability problems predict that cities will increasingly turn to squeezing Big Tech after voters in three cities approved new levies aimed at tech companies.
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Nov 9

Changes Are Coming to This IT Contracting Process Insider

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