My firm, Bluetext, just released a survey of government IT professionals that found, perhaps to no one’s surprise, that those most familiar with cloud services recognize that they can gain efficiencies and realize cost savings by moving to the cloud. What’s more interesting, however, is the perceived lack of support by managers and leaders forRead… Read more »
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Gov.Defenders.com just launched as a go-to resource for any government IT professional involved in cybserSecurity. It’s main feature is an on-line assessment of cybersecurity skills to determine whether you are a beginner, intermediate, or advanced, and it also has a broad variety of resources, ranging from “Cybersecurity for Dummies” to detailed technical papers on everyRead… Read more »
Check out Rob Pinkerton’s blog post on Adobe’s new Digital Enterprise Platform and how it can benefit government agencies: http://adobe.ly/m4mo96
Check out Adobe’s Alec Chalmers blog post today on how government agencies should learn to treat citizens as customers, at http://adobe.ly/j4AdM5.
Alec discusses the biggest surprises that government agencies find when exploring how to better engage with citizens: http://adobe.ly/lExcKh
Alec Chalmers, Adobe’s VP of National Government Solutions, continues his discussion on the differences between federal and state & local agencies:http://adobe.ly/inWhft
Check out the first part of a three-part interview with Adobe’s Alec Chalmers, Vice President of National Government Solutions, on the challenges facing government agencies seeking to interact better with citizens, customers, and other constituents: http://adobe.ly/m0CKZ7
Latest on Adobe’s blog: The Citizen Customer, and what that means for expectations when citizens come to government web sites: http://adobe.ly/ijfn1B
Not sue if anyone else saw the FCW article on the new critique of Open Government. It discusses a new report by IBM’s Center for the Business of Government that finds lots of challenges for agencies attemtping to implement Open Government, including “a lack of resources, organizational roadblocks and legal, contractual, procurement and policy problems.”Read… Read more »
Adobe’s Marc Eaman did a good video explanation of the new LiveCycle ES2.5 being released today on the Adobe Government bits blog. For GovLoop fans, go to the final segment where he discusses LiveCycle ES2.5 and how government agencies are using it.