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"Unfortunately, the threats to our computer networks are only growing - both targeted and inadvertent," commented Alan Shark, Executive Director of PTI.
ALEXANDRIA, VA, January 28, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Executives completing the PTI poll were given a list of ten technology priority strategies, management processes and solutions and asked to rank their priorities.
IT security, to include cyber protection, awareness and training for government staff and elected leaders was ranked number one. This was followed by IT budget and cost control and third, strategic IT planning.
"Unfortunately, the threats to our computer networks are only growing - both targeted and inadvertent," commented Alan Shark, Executive Director of PTI. "As stewards of government information, CIOs recognize the importance of a safe and secure computing environment to ensure the public trust."
The Complete List of Local Government Technology Priorities for 2014:
2. Budget and Cost Control
3. Strategic IT Planning
5. Project and Portfolio Management
6. Cloud Services
7. Mobile Services/Mobility
8. Shared Services
10. Health Care
The local government poll was conducted in late December 2013 - early January 2014 in preparation for a webinar that PTI and the National Association of State CIOs presented on January 23, 2014. The webinar, "Technology Forecast 2014: What State and Local Government Technology Officials Can Expect" provided an overview of the technology priorities, issues and trends that will impact governments in 2014.
A recording of the webinar along with PDFs of the presentations are available at http://www.pti.org/index.php/t1/inside/C62
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