The Cloud Smart strategy should sync with the data governance requirements in the Federal Data Strategy for agencies to have a comprehensive view of their data.
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Among the chief benefits of government-grade clouds is that they help agencies manage their growing mission compute needs while remaining nimble and well-shielded from cyberthreats.
Cloud and security can co-exist. The maturity of cloud computing has made offerings such as multi-tenancy a secure and cost-effective option to support government’s modernization journey.
IT managers are familiarizing themselves with going “serverless”. There is, in fact a server, but it is in the cloud and managed by a company that specializes in customized infrastructures.
Governments that fail to embrace the evolution of apps, devices and digital tools will quickly fall behind both the private sector and their peers.
Cloud adoption helps state and local governments deliver stable, protected access to their networks from any mobile device.
Today, one of the most important capabilities for a government organization to possess is effective communication – both between employees and with constituents. Now more than ever, that communication is vital. But, it’s also more challenging to achieve.
For cloud, one size fits all cannot effectively meet the mission and requirements of the public sector.
Federal government agencies began adopting enterprise-wide cloud roughly a decade ago. In 2018, many are still struggling with IT modernization.