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Covered California Wants to Enroll 500,000 More People

Sep 16, 2014

Officials of the exchange created by the Affordable Care Act said they want total sign-ups to reach 1.7 million by the end of a three-month enrollment period that begins Nov. 15.

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Why Web Giants like Microsoft Are Betting Big on the Gaming Industry

Sep 16, 2014

With games come built-in communities of players that are as big as any other in the entertainment industry - the exact audience pools that the Microsofts, Amazons and Facebooks of the world are eager to reach.

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Big Solar Plant in Mojave Desert Gets State’s OK

Sep 16, 2014

The proposed BrightSource Energy facility would be the latest in a series of solar plants that the Obama administration is subsidizing in the Mojave Desert.

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CalCloud: How does it work?

Sep 15, 2014

Sponsored by IBM Instead of separate IT systems for each user, the CalCloud service model allows government entities to share a common pool of computing resources and operate much more efficiently than they do today.

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Inside the Department of Health Care Services’ IT Strategy for 2020

Sep 15, 2014

Chris Cruz, deputy director and CIO of the California Department of Health Care Services, continues to push the envelope on analytics, virtualization and more with sights on 2020.

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Stockton Picks New Land Management Platform

Sep 15, 2014

Accela recently announced that Stockton, which serves a population of nearly 300,000, will utilize the company’s land management solution to replace a legacy system.

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L.A. Fire Department Introduces New Website for Finding Local Stations

Sep 15, 2014

LAFD noted that new features will be added in the coming months, such as an intranet which will help the department communicate better internally, linking communication across stations and fire units throughout the city.

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California Says Ride Firms Can’t Have Carpools

Sep 15, 2014

The companies all added features in recent weeks that let users opt to share rides with other people traveling in the same direction. However, that feature wasn't contemplated in the framework the PUC created to allow the companies to operate in Califo...

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Is a California Community the Most Prepared in the U.S.?

Sep 15, 2014

Bel Air Crest, Calif., is preparing to be self-sustaining after a disaster.

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Google to Test Cars Without a Driver

Sep 15, 2014

NASA is working with Google on the project and hopes to gain useful information for its own efforts to develop unmanned drones and air traffic management systems.

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