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January 10, 2019

Gov CIO Outlook Weekly Brief

Newsletter for Enterprise Technology Decision Makers

Feature of the Week
Supply-chain companies don’t need to install new servers and systems for their processes now, as cloud service providers help in data storage and processing management.
Rising problems of overpopulation, climate change, drought, loss of biodiversity, and increasing urbanization led to the point where the concept of smart cities has been accelerated.
The optimization through conventional mathematical modeling is an extremely challenging process because the lack of consistent relationship between the process parameters.
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CIO Viewpoint
Roland Rivera, CIO, Oregon Secretary of State
The cloud computing initiative is without a doubt the most complex IT initiative ever undertaken by the Office of Secretary of State.
Ian Fitzgerald, CIO, Truckee Donner Public Utility District
Using artificial intelligence (AI) or machine learning to determine network baselines, even as those baselines shift, allows CIOs to identify model breaches based on abnormal user behavior.
CXO Insights
By Tony Batalla, Head of IT, City of San Leandro
Government organizations can vary greatly and, for this reason, a one-size-fits-all approach to defining smart cities doesn’t work.
By Andrew Kling, Director of Cybersecurity and Software Practices, Process Automation Business, Schneider Electric
As technology continues to open more possibilities for industrial manufactures to succeed, cybersecurity must be a top priority.