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Los Angeles moves legacy IT infrastructure to the cloud

Los Angeles moves legacy IT infrastructure to the cloud

The mainframe-based system will transition to the California Department of Technology’s state data centre in Sacramento in a $10.5m modernisation project.

How do we ensure enough water in 2050?

How do we ensure enough water in 2050?

In his keynote speech at Waterwise, Sir James Bevan of the UK’s Environment Agency said we must tackle both sides of the equation: reduce demand and increase supply.

Netherlands rolls out CCTV security system across 15 stations

Netherlands rolls out CCTV security system across 15 stations

The high-definition security and surveillance system is delivered on a carrier-grade network with cameras located inside and outside railway stations.

Major US cities partner for micro-mobility pilot

Major US cities partner for micro-mobility pilot

Charlotte, Detroit and Omaha are using the Passport mobility platform to better manage scooter deployments and their kerbsides.

New York state innovation centre deploys self-driving vehicles

New York state innovation centre deploys self-driving vehicles

Optimus Ride will provide workers at the site with an efficient and convenient self-driving mobility option within defined geofenced areas.

Skills shortage is driving organisations to outsource cyber-security

Skills shortage is driving organisations to outsource cyber-security

The difficulty in hiring and retaining skilled personnel is one of the top challenges facing security leaders, according to new research.