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February 21, 2017
How IoT Enables Us to Stay Active and Stay Safe premium
Here’s the great news about all of the energy, passion and concern felt by many about politics in our country these days:  people are active! I know so many people who are becoming energized and active in new and different ways compared to 12 months ago.   With the number of marches, protests and events spread […]
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Gary Danoff
Senior Vice President, Cloud Solutions
December 15, 2014
Using GIS for Investigating and Mapping Crime premium
A new book by Gregory Elmes, professor of geography at West Virginia University – “Forensic GIS: The Role of Geospatial Technologies for Investigating Crime and Providing Evidence” examines the use of location technology in preventing and fighting crime and convicting offenders. In the publisher’s press release, Elmes commented that: “Most of (society’s) data today contains […]
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editor@acronymonline.org'
June 10, 2014
3 Major Ways Transportation Agencies Are Using Google Solutions premium
When you’re responsible for managing transportation infrastructure, field personnel and vehicles, having up-to-date information about locations and status is mission critical. To optimize resource coordination, central operations must be able to pinpoint infrastructure, assets, and employees. And communication channels must be strong to keep field workers and headquarters staff on the same page. Here’s just […]
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April 11, 2014
Technically News – 4/11 premium
This week in Technically News: Red Hat Enables Linux Licenses to Migrate to Google Compute Engine; HHS CISO on Healthcare Cybersecurity; Wanted: Yelp For Government IT Contractors; State, Local Governments Turn Attention to Cybersecurity Capabilities; DLT Solutions Lands $35M Symantec Deal with U.S. Navy; DLT Solutions' Emphasis on Software And Services Rakes In $857.1 Million In Revenue For 2013
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NewsJosh@dlt.com'
February 4, 2014
Next Generation Response from Google Enterprise premium
The latest Google asset we’ve made available: an infographic, “Next Generation Emergency Response from Google Enterprise.”
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Megan.Woodworth@dlt.com'
January 13, 2014
Technically News – 1/13 premium
This week in Technically News: Bureaucracy and Modern Technology: Can the Government Deliver on Big Projects?; Roundup of Cloud Computing and Enterprise Software Predictions for 2014; Google Platforms Will Invade the Enterprise This Year; “VA Open Data” Launched; Federal Government on Digital Data Diet.
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NewsJosh@dlt.com'
December 17, 2013
The Power of Mapping for Enhanced Emergency Response premium
Google Maps and Earth are ubiquitous tools used in everyday lives to view, organize, and navigate the world around us. Visualizing information with the familiarity of Google Maps has also proven to be especially important to federal and state-level agencies in times of emergency. However, many agencies either don't have access or the tools necessary. Here's a fix.
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Megan.Woodworth@dlt.com'
December 6, 2013
CAD & GIS News for Govies 12/6 premium
CAD News for Govies is a weekly feature on Acronym that scans thousands of industry articles to present you with a regular source of CAD and GIS news, information and ideas that impact the public sector. Here’s the latest round-up: 5 Reasons Bridges Fail Bridge collapses seem to becoming more commonplace, but why do they fail in the […]
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November 22, 2013
Achieve Mission Success with Google for Govies premium
Read "Achieve Mission Success with Google for Govies," a resource guide that explores how innovative and secure visualization, mapping, search, and collaboration tools from Google are helping the federal government simplify IT and realize its cloud computing goals, while achieving enhanced productivity with reduced costs.
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Megan.Woodworth@dlt.com'
November 21, 2013
The New Norm: Work the Way You Live premium
According to a Forrester research study, 53% of employees are already using some form of consumer technology to get their work done. The question that arises is: how can federal agencies encourage better collaboration while improving productivity and reducing costs?
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Megan.Woodworth@dlt.com'