Mayor Miro Weinberger’s optimistic vision of the city includes a rich ecosystem of tech companies and innovators spurring growth and opportunity.
The Vermont Technology Council launches Vermont Internships, a website designed to match high-achieving college students with technology companies.
As Vermont’s state government takes its first baby step into the giant world of open data, the state’s civic hackers are lining up to help.
With the new system, Vermont will be the first in the country to provide statewide 911 texting.
Approximately 500 boxes of important state documents were soaked when floodwaters damaged the Department of Environmental Conservation.
Internet speeds vary considerably from town to town.
Fundraising is becoming more and more a part of the budget picture.
Outside consultant says payback will be slow, but state officials say the benefits of a unified IT system are invaluable.
The Shumlin administration has fewer than 100 days to open a new Web-based health insurance market for more than 100,000 Vermonters.
The internationally renowned expert on citizen journalism and digital media will talk about “Transparency in the New World of Social Media and Journalism.”
The VTel project aims to reach Vermont’s remotest offline areas via 200 wireless sites.