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A weekly summary of the news, trends, reviews, profiles and articles from Gov CIO Outlook
May 23, 2019

Gov CIO Outlook Weekly Brief

Newsletter for Enterprise Technology Decision Makers

Feature of the Week
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.
Cloud computing is considered a transformative new generation technology, enables greater efficiencies, deliver big data analytics, and empower the Internet of Things.
One of the advantages of sound is that it can travel to such places where light and sight cannot reach. Industries are using sound for decades as medicine where ultrasound is used to observe internal body organs in the medical imaging.
Featured Vendors
Offers Document DRM products that persistently protect documents to prevent unauthorized use and misuse.
Wildnote offers a customizable, cloud-based platform for collecting, managing, and reporting environmental data.
Offers an integrated platform—Cerebral—to reduce risks originating from internal sources of an organization.
CIO Viewpoint
Tanya Acevedo, CIO, Travis County
Travis County, with its county seat in Austin, Texas, is one of the fastest growing metropolitan areas in the nation.
David Shive, CIO, GSA
Don’t build world-class defenses against data sets that are already or should be open to the public and don’t over-classify systems and processes.
CXO Insights
By Dale Wickizer, CTO, NetApp U.S. Public Sector
generally, SATA or near-line SAS disks are better suited for these environments and far more cost-effective.
By Jay C. McAmis, Deputy Director of the Office of Emergency Management, CEM©, City of San José, California
Depending on the jurisdiction, departmental staff have limited exposure to this working environment throughout the year.