Wondering if your government or school district has what it takes to be considered for this year’s City on a Cloud Innovation Challenge? Take a look at a few of the stories from 2017 winners to get a better idea of what AWS is looking for.
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While the future of cloud is certain in government, agencies may be less certain about how to navigate cloud security. But by having the right guidance, frameworks and platforms in place, government agencies can double down on cloud security with confidence.
GovLoop recently sat down with FEMA Chief Information Officer Adrian Gardner to learn how his agency is prioritizing modernization projects, what FEMA is doing to eliminate passwords and more.
As part of the City on a Cloud Innovation Challenge, AWS awards local and regional governments, private and public schools and districts for their work in several categories.
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There is truth in numbers, and the numbers show that more agencies are considering a multi-cloud approach. Luckily, Cisco’s new CASB Cloudlock can ensure a secure and cohesive multi-cloud system.
Technologists estimate that by 2020 there will be more than 30 billion connected devices in the world. Most of those tools will use a cloud application. How can the government get ready for this digital world in a secure way?
As the Department of the Navy eases its way into the cloud, prioritizing education and training for application owners and sailors must be a priority, according to one of the service’s cloud experts.
The Small Business Administration and another unnamed agency are conducting a pilot that, if successful, will enable a workaround to the TIC.