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Verizon to Deploy Next-Generation 100G Metro Network in U.S

Mar 24, 2015

Verizon announced Tuesday it will modernize its U.S. metro optical network with new architecture, and live traffic is planned by 2016. The company said scalable and packet-optimized transport solutions from Ciena and Cisco will be

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Udemy Plans Teacher Tech Education Initiative

Mar 24, 2015

San Francisco-based online learning platform Udemy announced this week announced the launch of a new initiative to bring free and discounted computer technology courses to K-12 teachers across the country. The Teacher Tech Initiative will

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Dining News: Restauranteur Wonders If There Be Enough Demand for New Downtown Restaurants

Mar 23, 2015

The new Kings arena has caused a building boom downtown, and I can think of 15 planned restaurants, bars or cafes off the top of my head. But if you build it, will they come? Randy Paragary, perhaps Sacramento's most...

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Auditor to be Involved in Vender Performance Report Card

Mar 23, 2015

State CIO Carlos Ramos said on Thursday he’ll share with the state auditor an upcoming draft proposal for an IT vendor performance rating system soon to be released by a public-private task force. Ramos restated

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Busy Week Ahead for State Technology Oversight

Mar 23, 2015

State legislators will take a close look at the State of California’s IT portfolio this week during two hearings this week.

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California Critiques Its Open Data Health Portal

Mar 23, 2015

Federal and state officials reviewed California's ground-breaking data portal for health care and discussed possible improvements at Open DataFest.

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AgTech Roundtable Pivoting as Industry Activity Booms

Mar 23, 2015

Building on Capitol and policy bases, the AgTech Roundtable can become the locus of interaction for ag tech policymakers and regulators with ag tech developers and users.

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Northern California at Center of Driverless Car Development

Mar 23, 2015

With seven companies testing automated vehicles on California highways, the promise of leaving at least some of the driving to your car is becoming a reality.

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Why Cities Hit the Brakes on Red Light Cameras

Mar 23, 2015

The use of the once-popular traffic devices has been in decline since 2013.

California Rice Commission
This year it will be worse

This year it will be worse

A fourth year of drought will be painful for rice farmers, Sacramento Valley communities and our environment, writes Rice Commission CEO Tim Johnson. Read his blog

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