Posts tagged Seattle
NYC hires first chief privacy officer

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio has appointed Laura Negrón as the city's first chief privacy officer (CPO). As CPO, Negrón will be responsible for improving the city's data sharing and mining processes, and promoting citywide protocols "relating to the collection, disclosure and retention of individually identifiable information," according to a statement.

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New research reveals which cities can benefit most from IoT

Boston, Chicago and Atlanta top a list of 50 cities expected to make the most of emerging smart city and Internet of Things technologies. This map illustrates the cities expected to benefit most from smart city technology.

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Kicking the drive-alone habit has been key to Seattle’s economic boom - Mobility Lab

Commute Seattle – a nonprofit organization – acting as an intermediary between business and government. “Our job is to go out and to help, to be an advocate for best policies and practices for businesses.”

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New research shows these ten cities poised for greatest ROI in Smart City technologies

Compass Intelligence, a global consulting and analytics firm, has released its Smart City Benefits Index to put a spotlight on the 50 U.S. cities with the most potential to benefit from the Internet of Things and other smart city technologies.

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City of Seattle Hires Kate Garman as First Smart City Coordinator

The City of Seattle has hired Kate Garman to run the City’s Smart City program that will leverage technology to improve the lives of Seattle residents. The Smart City program will implement and manage policies, partnerships, systems, platforms, and networks that ensure the security and manageability of our Smart City environment and that ensure that the technology is deployed and managed responsibly and in accordance with our privacy and digital equity commitments.

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