M Corp CEO Alex Castro discusses Big Data on Jan. 22, 2014.
- Sacramento County
- Placer County
- Yolo County
- El Dorado County
The California Department of Technology (CalTech) today announced the next state IT vendor forum will be held on March 13 at 9:00 a.m. at its office located at 10860 Gold... Read more »
The post CalTech: Next IT vendor forum set for March 13 at 9 am appeared first on
Google surprised with an announcement that it will begin “early discussions” with 34 cities in 9 metro areas — including San Jose — to explore bringing Google Fiber services to... Read more »
The post San Jose among 34 cities being considered for Google Fiber appeared first on TechWire.net.
Gov. Jerry Brown today appointed John Boule as the director of the California Health and Human Services Agency Office of Systems Integration. Boule, 48, of Roseville, has been the San... Read more »
The post Governor appoints John Boule as Office of Systems Integration director appeared first on TechWire.net.
A new technology-focused public policy institute in California is developing prototypes and pilot programs in an effort to solve real-world problems instead of the more traditional approach of writing reports... Read more »
The post New Technology Institute to Develop Prototypes and Pilot Programs to Help Craft Public Policy appeared first on...
Sacramento-based Quest Technology Management intends to open a second data center in the region to meet the rising demand of corporate IT outsourcing. The announcement Tuesday by Quest illustrates how... Read more »
The post Quest to open second data center in Sacramento area appeared first on TechWire.net.
The Obama Administration on Wednesday launched the Cybersecurity Framework, a set of voluntary federal guidelines developed by the private sector and the Department of Commerce’s National Institute of Standards and... Read more »
The post White House releases Cybersecurity Framework, voluntary guide for companies appeared first on TechWire.net.