Colin Wood

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Are Voting Website Outages a Sign of Bigger Problems?

Nov 12, 2014

Last week, service was disrupted for 18 voting information websites serving citizens around the nation this midterm election. But the nation may have bigger problems when it comes to voting technology.

City of Los Angeles Announces $1 Million Innovation Fund

Nov 7, 2014

Mayor Eric Garcetti announced at a press conference on Nov. 6 the creation of a $1 million Innovation Fund to pay for the best ideas that city workers can come up with.

Panora Recognized with Cybersecurity Leadership and Innovation Award

Oct 29, 2014

Panora, director of CDCR’s Enterprise Information Services (EIS) at the California Department of Corrections was recognized among the best public-sector cybersecurity professionals in the nation at the FOCUS 14 Security Conference in Las Vegas on Tuesday.

California Cities Join New Coalition Advocating for Broadband Choice

Oct 23, 2014

Through Next Century Cities, leaders will gain opportunities to work with partner cities, share knowledge and assist in development of next-generation broadband networks.

Apple’s iPad Air 2: Faster, Thinner, But Not Enticing Enough?

Oct 17, 2014

Apple's keynote brought new iterations of the iPad Air and iPad mini to market, but it may not be enough to drive continued growth in the market.

California Cities, Counties Place High in 2014 Website Rankings

Oct 8, 2014

Los Angeles, Santa Barbara, Riverside and Sacramento County made the top five in the 2014 Best of the Web awards, a joint project of Government Technology and e.Republic's Center for Digital Government.

SF Launches #SFWiFi in 32 Public Spaces

Oct 2, 2014

After months of beta testing, San Francisco’s parks Wi-Fi network is officially online, the city announced at the Tenderloin Rec Center on Oct. 1. T

Los Angeles Launches Civic Innovation Lab

Sep 26, 2014

The city hopes to leverage public knowledge and enthusiasm to identify and solve key local problems using data available from its open data portal.

Will California’s Kill-Switch Rule Rock the Mobile Market?

Aug 26, 2014

California Gov. Jerry Brown signed legislation requiring all smartphones sold in the state to be equipped with kill-switch functionality.

California Places in Top Half of State Open Data Ranking

Aug 19, 2014

Six states earn top rankings for their open data policies and portals -- and eight states are at the bottom.

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