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Zero trust cybersecurity can help keep digital work safe by combining specific people, processes and technologies to make security pervasive networkwide.
Shifting the focus to the speed of change when it comes to government IT these days is the first necessary step.
Failure is a central part of DevOps, which is a project management strategy that combines developers and operators on the entire product process.
New legislation mandating major updates to legacy systems have led agencies to fall into short-term remedy, but at the local level in New Orleans, they’ve captured this energy to improve the lives of residents.
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The Small Business Administration is challenging the government’s conventional approach to cybersecurity and has managed to simplify operations, reduce costs and improve visibility on its network.
To help you assess whether AI would fit your organization’s needs and requirements, we’re clarifying some of the misconceptions about AI and offering a plan to help you reap and share the benefits of this powerful machine-learning technology.
Just as communities can collectively experience trauma, they can also be a tremendous resource for resilience and healing.
If creativity, vulnerability and innovation are to be embraced, those in leadership can’t freak out when certainty is unavailable to them. How leadership reacts will have ripple effects that impact everyone under them.