When people resist training, cling to old processes or protest new policies, culture can single-handedly derail transitions.
Now, it’s very clear that unified communications are fundamental in assisting the government in meeting its mission and citizens getting the services they require.
The evolution of the Trusted Internet Connection (TIC) program – from TIC 1.0 more than 10 years ago to TIC 3.0 today – reflects how technology often moves in unexpected ways.
Agencies must address three concerns to get cloud-ready: their people, their work and their technology.
At most agencies, integrating emerging technologies takes significant energy, money and time. Agencies need a comprehensive innovation strategy for keeping up with a world that never slows down.
By adopting standardization, automation and containerization, agencies are flexible and adaptable for the road ahead, whether they’re crawling, walking or running to the cloud.
“Nothing good comes easy,” and agility is not some on/off switch. For government agencies to get there, they need to lay the groundwork.
The challenge in migrating this enterprise application to the cloud was finding the right platform. So Treasury came up with a criteria list.
The steps to migrating applications to the cloud can be as nebulous as the name of the technology suggests.
AWS is leveraging its network of technology and consulting partners to help government agencies address emerging requirements during the COVID-19 crisis.