“So the decision was made that that person would work for us.” The IT Department now also supports the city’s radio systems, and in 2016 it will probably add a position to support the traffic signal network, Barrett said.
Departments generally choose their own business applications and decide when it’s time to upgrade that software.
It supports the organization’s IT needs through two primary data centers, with their servers 85 to 90 percent virtualized, Daidone said.
But when Frank Daidone became Denver’s CIO in 2013, that centralization effort was not complete.
Part of the focus now is on standardizing business applications and moving into the cloud.
For example, different government departments used to run different versions of Microsoft Exchange.
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