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ePlus Acquires Evolve Technology Group

Aug 19, 2014

Located in the Sacramento area, Evolve provides information security, collaboration, virtualization and data center solutions to state, local and educational institutions (SLED), as well as commercial enterprises.

Scientists are Building a Cyberinfrastructure to Predict and Visualize Wildfire Behavior

Aug 19, 2014

WIFIRE system will use sophisticated computer techniques to monitor and predict the spread of wildfire.

California State Parks Redesigns Website for 150th Anniversary

Aug 18, 2014

Utilizing “responsive design,” the layout of parks.ca.gov automatically changes with the size of the screen viewing area, whether it be a desktop or laptop, phone or tablet.

Video: The Origin of CDPH’s Open Data Portal in 5 Minutes

Aug 18, 2014

Local volunteer group Code4Sac aided the project and the California HealthCare Foundation, Hacker Lab, and The Urban Hive provided financial support and other assistance.

New UC Davis Program Will Help Bring Tech Research to Market

Aug 14, 2014

Fourteen commercial startups based on the university’s technology have launched during the past year, the most ever.

Teala Schaff to Lead External Affairs at CalTech

Aug 14, 2014

Schaff, a Sacramento resident, has been communications director for California State Sen. Noreen Evans since 2011.

What Are Los Angelenos Willing to Pay for a Citywide Broadband Network?

Aug 13, 2014

The survey is part of the City of Los Angeles Community Broadband Network (LACBN), a city-led effort to bring ultra high-speed broadband to all parts of L.A.

Fresno Buys Body Cameras for Cops

Aug 13, 2014

Chief Jerry Dyer said he would eventually like Fresno’s entire force of about 715 officers to be outfitted with the body-worn cameras.

Researchers Bring Dowsing into Modern Times as Drought Rages On

Aug 12, 2014

Researchers affiliated with UC Berkeley are trying to take some of the guesswork out of the equation.

Heat Map: California Ranks No. 20 in Broadband Speed

Aug 11, 2014

California comes in at the No. 20 spot at 10.9 megabits per second (Mbps), between Minnesota (11.1 Mbps) and South Dakota (10.8 Mbps).

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