How hybrid cloud services and a hybrid cloud strategy can help agencies address rising IT costs, security regulations, and increasing constituent demands while integrating with their existing systems.
Posts By Catherine Andrews
Agencies must learn to keep up with the changing world around them while still ensuring citizens get the services that help make their lives better. But how? The answer lies in making data and business intelligence a strategic priority and a valuable asset.
Given the advance of cyberattacks and security issues throughout government today, this focus on security needs to continue – and it makes it more important than ever that security teams are incorporated into the DevOps culture that is developing. This leads to DevSecOps – meaning thinking about application and infrastructure security from the start.
Government agencies need to move toward a multi-layered, corroborative approach to fraud, providing the best of defense, hospitality, and ease of use.
When making decisions about how to embrace openness, every organization or team will find itself guided by its individual goals, mission, culture, and industry regulations.
How does the data enable Treasury to make better decisions to better serve citizens?
DevOps opens the door for continuous innovation, rapid software deployment, and frequent updates to software-based features and products.
Some of the main challenges that highlight the complexity of cloud security in government today.
It is critically important to focus on building or maintaining high resilience during uncertain times. Here are some tips on how you can enhance your resilience during challenging periods.
To help modernize the Defense Department’s network and collaboration capabilities, Cisco is proud to announce provisional authority to operate (PATO) for Hosted Collaboration Solution for Defense (HCS-D).