Mike Domai, operations manager, Department of Information Technology, City and County of Honolulu stands next to IBM Z114 mainframe computer
Credit Wayne Yoshioka
The Mayor’s new Chief Information Officer has been on the job for about a week following his confirmation by the Honolulu City Council. As HPR’s Wayne Yoshioka reports, the new CIO inherited a daunting challenge that will require the effort of the entire Information Technology Department.
Mark D. Wong, chief information officer, City and County of Honolulu
If you’re planning to go online at some point today, you’ll have a lot of company. The latest figures show more than 80% of Americans use the internet. That’s nearly double the rate in China—but China’s figures are growing. HPR’s Bill Dorman has more in today’s Asia Minute.
Cybersecurity is a big issue these days. As we continue to expand our digital footprint, we become increasingly vulnerable to attacks online. But as HPR’s Molly Solomon reports, a new major at a local college is looking to address this growing problem.
More information on the Information Security and Assurance degree program can be found on the UH West Oahu website.
The Hawaii Community Development Authority approved construction plans for another high-rise condominium tower in Kaka’ako today, and also allowed the builder to make a number of modifications. HPR’s Wayne Yoshioka reports.