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by Fredric U. Dicker. New York Post, October 29, 2012. "As IF there weren't already enough reasons to grab your iPhone or iPad, now New York is about to go cyber!
Aides to Gov. Cuomo are completing a sweeping new plan to permit New Yorkers to use the Internet to obtain a variety of licenses and conduct nearly all other state business online while encouraging software developers to create a 'New York app store' to automate services even further.
The plan, expected to save taxpayers $100 million annually when fully implemented in about a year, will speed public access to state services and 'bring New York into the 21st century' by making maximum use of the Web, a senior Cuomo administration official said..."
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