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<p>As many as 280 school buses will carry Wi-Fi hotspots donated by &nbsp;AT&amp;T, Google and Duke Energy Foundation to support remote learning during COVID-19.</p>
<p>The&nbsp;North Carolina&nbsp;911&nbsp;Board invites residents to join them in recognizing the vital role of public safety telecommunications personnel across the state and country as part of National Public Safety Telecommunications Week.</p>
<p>The N.C. Department of Information Technology&rsquo;s Broadband Infrastructure Office has developed an <a href="https://www.ncbroadband.gov/covid19broadband/">interactive map</a> to help North Carolina residents find free and low-cost internet and mobile service offerings in their area. The online map is updated daily with new offerings, which include free public Wi-Fi access points for remote learning and working.</p>
<p>A new board charged with helping determine and shape the top IT priorities for North Carolina will meet for the first time Friday.</p>
<p>The N.C. Department of Information Technology on Monday released new data indices that provide a more accurate look at the current state of broadband access, adoption and the digital divide in communities across North Carolina.</p>
NCDIT's chief deputy state chief information officer and chief services officer, Tracy Doaks, will replace Secretary Eric Boyette.
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