Moving Windows workloads to the cloud opens a path toward freedom of choice, lower costs and release from vendor lock-in.
As agencies look for ways to improve performance, optimize costs and embrace a digital future, they are turning to the cloud for many of their services.
Widespread telework ushered in a new suite of applications and workflows. With it, agencies gained familiarity with cloud solutions, learning on the way.
Edge computing enables applications to run at the location where they are needed, saving agencies both bandwidth and time.
Our jobs should be to ensure that the goods and services we procure meet minimum cybersecurity/data requirements.So take a look at what your organization’s Ts and Cs are and see how out of date they are.
A managed service provider can help agencies avoid pitfalls that lead to ineffective services, misspent money or risky cyber vulnerabilities.
A recent IDC study shows that organizations have a vested interest in ensuring that their employees keep their skills up to date.
Let’s look at how agencies got to a cloud-native environment today, as well as the security considerations they need to keep their environment as secure as possible.
Now more than ever, agencies must improve citizen experiences by retiring paper-based processes in favor of digitization, automated forms and modern case management.
“The first wave of COVID-19 has shown us how agencies need to invest in shifting away from reactive customer experience to proactively offering digital solutions.”