Schools shift to all remote learning
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Due to a rising COVID-19 infection rate in the City, all Boston Public Schools students will shift to remote learning effective Thursday, October 22.
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We're encouraging residents to ensure their information is secure.

Public computer access begins at the Central Library and free 24-hour outdoor wi-fi access launches...

Cyber criminals use moments of uncertainty to trick us into clicking on unsafe links or opening...

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Cybersecurity tips: Working from home

Many City of Boston employees have been asked to work from home and we want to ensure you remain...

We have information and resources on connecting to the Internet and accessing technology resources.

With the Office of Returning Citizens' Employment and Resource Fair coming up on October 24, we...

Three Boston nonprofits will receive $100,000 in grants combined through the City of Boston's...

We're encouraging residents to ensure their information is secure.

The application allows anyone to order Boston-based birth certificates directly from the Registry...

Mayor Martin J. Walsh announced the appointment of Gregory McCarthy as the City’s first Chief...

The City will award $100,000 to local organizations aimed at increasing digital resources available...

Don't just promise to exercise more, eat healthier, and be better with money in 2019. Pledge to take...

Verizon will accelerate small-cell deployment for additional wireless broadband capacity, bring Fios...

Elges will oversee the Department of Innovation and Technology at the City of Boston.

Paying attention to a few quick tips can make a big difference and keep you cyber secure.

Mayor Martin J. Walsh joins 75 mayors and county elected officials in support of enforceable net...

If 2017 is anything to go by, some of your 2018 resolutions should definitely be about making...

Sixty-eight mayors and county elected officials signed a letter addressed to the Federal...

Boston and 67 other communities across the United States have taken a stand to protect Net...

Cyber Monday is here and this year estimates are that it will be the biggest shopping day in US...

This new interface will change the way each resident will interact with the 311 program.

Hackers can use connected "smart" devices to conduct cyberattacks on our infrastructure.

There is already a shortage of cybersecurity professionals around the world.

October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month. All month long, we'll be promoting a safer, more...

The fund will support the City's goal of ensuring all residents have equal access to digital...

October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month. All month long, we'll be promoting a safer, more...

October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month. All month long, we'll be promoting a safer, more...

Equifax just reported that they had a data breach that exposed records for 143 million Americans...

As kids and teens head back to school, remember to help them become good digital citizens.

A free and open Internet is vital to the success of our City and its people. We must defend it.