In the face of complex problems, many innovators in government sign onto a simple-solution idea, and in Rhode Island, that has sparked change.
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Widespread telework ushered in a new suite of applications and workflows. With it, agencies gained familiarity with cloud solutions, learning on the way.
You’re not here for our medical advice, and that’s a good thing, since that’s not really our cup of tea. When looking at how organizations have adjusted to work during COVID-19, however, we’ve done quite a bit of research. Check it out.
Playbooks are familiar territory for sports teams and agencies alike. As basketball teams have trotted out motion – instead of isolation – offenses, agencies have taken a page of the same principle: that all parts of IT should be moving in unison.
Next time you catch yourself wanting another security tool, stop and ask: “How can I make my existing tools better?”
Maps, dashboards and charts can be generated in real time, displaying and contextualizing the latest information.
Because the DevOps environment is so dynamic, security can keep up only if it is fully integrated into the day-to-day work of developers.
To cope with increased demands, services have needed to be bigger, faster and stronger — bigger in availability, faster in handling requests, and stronger in the face of cyberattacks and network strain.
Most people think modeling is the hardest part of artificial intelligence. But really, the most obstinate AI barrier isn’t code or sampling.
To combat the spread of an infectious disease, which requires contact tracing, geospatial information has shown what feet on the ground can’t.