Colin Wood

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Richmond to Expand Free Indoor Wi-Fi Network

Jul 24, 2015

Richmond's high-crime, low-income Iron Triangle is getting free Internet access from the city, and if new grants come in, access will expand.

Web 2.0 (and Beyond): Developing the Next Generation of Connectivity

Jul 20, 2015

The Internet as we know it is imperfect — that’s why the GENI ultra-high-speed test bed is helping researchers develop technologies that will allow people to do things that are usually impossible on today’s network.

New Partnership to Help Calif. Fusion Centers Streamline Intelligence Gathering, Dissemination

Jul 17, 2015

The partnership between the National Fusion Center Association and cybersecurity firm FireEye means that fusion centers in California and nationwide will gain threat landscape visibility on a global scale, as well as in their individual states or regions.

SeeClickFix’s New $1.6 Million in Funding a Good Sign for Local Govs

Jul 8, 2015

The reporting platform is expected to double in size and expand the type and quality of services offered.

Technology Is a Social Change Agent

Jun 9, 2015

Technology can make governments more efficient, but pushed outward, it can change society too, says incoming Long Beach, Calif., tech chief Bryan Sastokas.

Accela Acquisition of PublicStuff Signals Maturing Government Tech Market

May 20, 2015

Accela services now cover 60 percent of the U.S. population.

Bloomberg’s ‘What Works Cities’ Initiative Targets 100 Mid-Sized Metros

Apr 21, 2015

The $42 million, three-year program will provide expertise and time to cities that want data-driven solutions for their biggest challenges.

Bloomberg’s ‘What Works Cities’ Initiative Targets 100 Mid-Sized Metros

Apr 21, 2015

The $42 million, three-year program will provide expertise and time to cities that want data-driven solutions for their biggest challenges.

San Diego Turns to Tech to Assess Damaged Streets

Mar 25, 2015

San Diego ranks among the worst in the nation when it comes to road quality, so they're doing something about it.

California Finishes Last in Financial Data Transparency Survey

Mar 19, 2015

California ranked poorly for several reasons, the biggest being that the state’s data is spread across multiple agencies and portals.

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