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OTech Service Management Platform Goes Cloud-Based

Sep 16, 2014

With a renewed emphasis on customer service, the Office of Technology Services (OTech) is now using a cloud-based solution to improve operations and respond to help desk customers, Chief Davood Ghods said on Sept. 10

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New Due Dates for Centralized Revenue Opportunity System Bids

Sep 16, 2014

The state is seeking an integrator for the The Centralized Revenue Opportunity System (CROS), which will replace the Board of Equalization’s (BOE) patchwork of legacy systems built in the 1990s to collect and monitor sales-and-use taxes, some property taxes, special taxes and more.

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$23 Million Govtech Fund Opens for Business

Sep 16, 2014

A first-of-its-kind venture capital fund launches to aid a rising tide of government technology startups.

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Microsoft Sacramento Headquarters Grand Opening on Sept. 18

Sep 16, 2014

Microsoft has moved its Sacramento headquarters to a new location across the street from the State Capitol and is celebrating with an open house this Thursday, September 18. The public is invited for a light

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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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Marvelous Mendocino motel garden

Marvelous Mendocino motel garden

Sorry for the alliteration, I couldn’t help myself. Blame it on the ongoing heat here in the Sacramento Valley. Speaking of which: We escaped the heat this past weekend by slipping off to Mendocino on the northern California coast where we attended a wedding in blissfully cool 65°F weather. Overcast skies, too!...

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People of Aftershock 2014: thank you, thank you, thank you. You did it again.

Sep 15, 2014
People of Aftershock 2014: thank you, thank you, thank you. You did it again.

We all went to Aftershock to hear the music--and we certainly did that. What a lineup! But before talking about any of the great bands... let's give credit, once again, to the wonderful People of Aftershock. If it wasn't for you, The People, there woul...

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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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