The agencies that protect the citizen data in their clouds the longest are the ones that best assess the risks facing them daily.
As a previously neglected topic of focus, the potential for cost efficiency in printing has begun to stir agencies to action. The introduction of MPS into the workplace will create savings where they previously hadn’t been considered.
Cloud isn’t one-size-fits-all for governments. State and local agencies, for example, often have distinct budgets, needs and workforces.
Taking the first step toward IT modernization can be incredibly difficult, particularly in the public sector. With so much accountability and so many potential mishaps, agencies are hesitant to move forward. But IT modernization doesn’t have to be daunting.
Cloud-based security could be the future of user-focused identity and access management.
A hybrid cloud is a good compromise for modern agencies, who are adapting to business needs and federal guidelines but need to practically consider workforce and security.
As we come to the end of the year, govies of all levels and functions should be considering what’s on the horizon for technology and how it could affect their agency, mission, and day-to-day work in 2019.
When thinking about population health management nationally, health centers are an important piece of that puzzle – and data is driving their continuous improvement.
Today’s opioid crisis is a complex problem that affects governments at all levels. To make an impact on this significant problem, governments need a new approach that involves leveraging data and technology. Cloud-based technologies offer a way forward for better collaboration and data sharing sources.
To the surprise of many, moving data to the cloud does not necessarily make it secure. Agency IT and security operations teams must still use cloud providers’ tools and processes, as well as their own existing infrastructure, to protect data.