If there’s one thing the past year has taught professionals across the globe, it’s that it is time to rethink how they work.
In less than two weeks of the California DMV’s offices closing, 1,200 employees were able to access on-premises computers from home.
When it comes to public and private cloud services, hybrid clouds offer the agencies the best of both worlds.
Here are four ways that agencies can reach beyond the low-hanging fruit of the cloud and see greater benefits, especially as they move into a hybrid work environment.
Even with digital government initiatives at an all-time high, many agencies are struggling with turning those initiatives into concrete digital services.
Ransomware is evolving, but so can your security awareness and preparedness.
When it comes to cloud-native applications, security can’t be an afterthought. Instead of relying on bolted-on solutions and approaches, security must be integrated.
MyFlorida is an innovative, digital reimagining of how constituents interact with local driver license and motor vehicle service centers.
FedRAMP also generates long-term business value in the form of cost-savings, reduced risk, and increased levels of security.
Think about all the technology capabilities and internet-connected devices that have not only impacted where employees work but how they work.