Cloud Computing is both a new and old technology. Old in that much of the technology has been around for years under other names: ASP, Virtualization, Grid. New in that the offerings have become sophisticated and allow everyone from start ups to governments to increase their technology efficiencies and reduce waste., "11/15/2012.", Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed May 2012).
Cloud Computing is both a new and old technology. Old in that much of the technology has been around for years under other names: ASP, Virtualization, Grid. New in that the offerings have become sophisticated and allow everyone from start ups to governments to increase their technology efficiencies and reduce waste., "10/24/2011.", Description based on online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed May 2012)
The State of Colorado has the desire to ensure Coloradans receive government services in a way that is most convenient for them. It is expected that mobile technologies will connect to over 10 billion devices by 2016. Tablets are predicted to overtake laptop sales by that same year. We are clearly moving toward a mobile society and government needs to bring their services and applications to that platform as quickly as possible. To this end, the State of Colorado is adopting a Mobile First Strategy for its citizen-facing applications. The Mobile First Strategy will align our resources, designs and applications around mobile platforms first, web browsers and other technology platforms secondly., "11/15/2012.", Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed May 2012).
Homelessness, housing instability, as well as limited and inaccessible services, affects our Veterans, families with children, youth, senior citizens, persons with disabilities, and those whom experience chronic homelessness. Furthermore, the needs of each population are significant, diverse, and specific. We are called upon as a state to organize ourselves, collaborate, and direct our limited resources to efficiently, effectively, and elegantly serve our neighbors in need. Not only is it the right and humane thing to do, but it is also the smart thing to do., "Special Acknowledgements [sic] to following partners: Colorado Department of Local Affairs, Division of Housing; Members of the Housing and Homeless Collaborative: Denver Foundation, Piton Foundation, Anschutz Foundation, Don and Lynn Burnes Family Foundation, Mile High United Way, Marcus Foundation, Bloom Foundation [and] Serve Colorado." (P. i), Includes bibliographical references (p. 53-54), Description based on online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed December 2013)
READYColorado is a homeland security and all-hazards awareness campaign supported by public and private partners. The following partners are responsible for this document: Governor's Office of Homeland Security, the American Red Cross Mile High Chapter, Colorado Citizen Corps, Colorado Veterinary Medical Foundation., Online resource; title from PDF column (viewed February 2018)
The Colorado Constitution authorizes the Independent Ethics Commission ("IEC" or "Commission") to give advice and guidance on ethics issues arising under Article XXIX of the Colorado Constitution and any other standards of conduct and reporting requirements as provided by law., Title from second sentence in document., "October 6, 2008."--P. 11., Mode of access: World Wide Web.
The issue of produced water is a pressing one facing the State. Significant amounts of water are produced from oil and gas operations in Colorado, which has the third largest gas reserves in the country. In 2012, produced water amounted to over 41,000 acre-feet, with over 20,000 acre-feet from the Western Slope alone. There are numbers of complex legal, regulatory, geographic, technical, social, and political considerations involved in any discussion of produced water., prepared by CDR Associates, for the Colorado Energy Office & Colorado Mesa University Water Center., Bibliography page 18., Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed March 2017)