The state has implemented a new Enterprise Architecture (EA) framework, previously referred to as EA 2.0. The new framework focuses on streamlined processes, faster response to agency needs and changing technologies, and increased agency participation.
The State of North Dakota scores high in the most recent biennial Digital States Survey.
Learn about the importance of cyber security, and how to keep your information safe.
Learn about the importance of electronics records and some tips on how to maintain your own records.
There are two important updates about Click to Call and Desktop Sharing in regards to the OCS to Lync migration.
Kat Perkins and EduTech partner to launch the Positive Social Media Tour.
The ND Educational Technology Council hired Amy Englehard as the North Dakota Data Steward.
ITD has completed its move to a new, single location.
ITD is planning a pilot of Microsoft Office 365 this biennium and expects that some type of enterprise hybrid offering will ultimately emerge. Until then, agencies should continue using the state’s Exchange, Lync, SharePoint, and file storage/sharing services (unless they receive a hosting waiver from ITD and OMB).
As of July 1, 2014 the IT Services Vendor Pool Contract #095 is in effect.