On Friday, February 8, 2013, ITD announced issues regarding upgrading to Apple iOS 6.1. Apple has since released, iOS 6.1.2, a new update for the iPhone and iPad to fix the issues that iOS 6.1 devices were causing with Exchange.
Using the ArcGIS application on your tablet or smartphone provides you with the ability to create and configure maps that fit your workflow needs. Are you interested in using GIS Hub maps on mobile devices?
Many entities, including ITD, are experiencing excessive logging on Exchange servers following client upgrades to Apple iOS 6.1.
The Office of the Secretary of State and ITD will be introducing a new Public Meeting Notices web application at the end of January 2013.
The Nortel to Avaya phone system conversion started in the fall of 2010. This conversion was to replace old phone systems with new ones based on Internet Protocol (IP) technology. The Avaya phone system, Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP), allows voice calls using a broadband Internet connection instead of a regular (or analog) phone line.
With input from North Dakota state government agencies, K-12 schools, and universities, the 2013-15 Statewide IT Plan outlines the future of technology for the upcoming biennium.
A new section called Technology Landscapes was created on ITD's website to share information developed from relevant and rapidly evolving topics. The first hot topic being discussed is State of Mobile Hardware.
ITD has published its Large Project Oversight Report for the 3rd quarter of 2012. It was sent, along with a Cover Letter, to the Legislative IT Committee and Legislative Council.
Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Day is an opportunity for GIS professionals to spread awareness about the field of GIS. Every year, GIS Day is celebrated on the Wednesday of Geography Awareness Week.
Governor Dalrymple has joined leaders around the world in proclaiming November 1, 2012 as Project Management Day for the state of North Dakota.