To grapple with this growing sprawl of resource-intensive systems, agencies have turned away from traditional IT models to embrace software-defined data centers. But management can be a challenge.
Lt. Gen. John N.T. “Jack” Shanahan noted that AI could help DoD maximize the benefits of the agency’s data, adding that cloud is best for handling such information effectively.
An enabler allows governments to incorporate front-facing emerging technologies that actively contribute to mission objectives.
Increasing dependence on technology in day-to-day life has prompted governments to reevaluate their workflow processes.
How can agencies take advantage of technologies like the cloud and securely manage data while also considering the needs of remote workers?
As agencies move more and more of their citizen interactions to the web and mobile applications, the digital citizen experience increasingly becomes the primary way they interact with their citizens and employees.
Cloud Smart differs from earlier federal cloud policies by focusing on adopting the technology effectively rather than by any means possible.
How can technology support government efforts to improve CX? For federal agencies, moving to the cloud could have a significant impact on CX.
To share intelligence data, protect warfighters and meet critical mission goals, the Department needs multiple IT resources.
Unified communications (UC) provides a unified experience and interface for users regardless of the communication medium being used.