Cities everywhere are striving to become “Smart” as they push for data-driven government and solutions that improve quality of life for their citizens. The breadth of challenge in front of our cities and communities is massive, ranging from traffic management to public health; from citizen safety to efficient utilities; environmental protection to economic growth.
NerdWallet analyzed 177 U.S. cities with over 150,000 residents and the number of hours worked, commute times, percentage of income spent on housing, health insurance coverage, poverty levels and unemployment rates to get a picture of quality of life in each location.
3 Tips to Help Small Cities Make Connected Tech Possible - StateTechMagazine.com
IT leaders and elected officials from three towns embracing connected tech offer advice for those looking to follow in their smart city footsteps.
Leaders in Cary's government have talked about being a Smart City in the past. A new initiative Cary is joining will follow those principles as Cary aims to better use its data to accomplish tasks and address concerns.
CIOs at Sprint, Cary, Xylem and other leading organizations are spearheading digital initiatives to drive business growth. These digital transformation examples detail IT leaders' strategies, implementations and challenges.