A managed service provider can help agencies avoid pitfalls that lead to ineffective services, misspent money or risky cyber vulnerabilities.
As many state and local government employees continue to work remotely, government has an opportunity to confront longstanding collaboration challenges and provide employees with the collaboration tools they need to get the job done, efficiently and effectively.
To streamline and accelerate delivering robust insights and better services, agencies should look for three capabilities: flexibility, integration and synchronization.
An expert detailed three ways agencies can build the right multi-cloud architecture for serving citizens.
“If you don’t have visibility of what you have in the public cloud, you can get sticker shock. You’re invoiced at the end of the month and you ask yourself, ‘Why is this costing so much?’”
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.
Whether working remotely or in the office, government employees are more efficient and effective when supported by robust collaboration tools.
When applications are running in a cloud service provider’s environment, there are a lot of other things the government has to worry about.
To learn about how agencies can manage the enormous data influx and optimize their cloud journeys, an industry expert offered three key practices.
The evolving remote workforce calls for agencies to proactively change the way they function while improving agility and productivity for the long-term.