Growing up I was told that there’s no such thing as a “free lunch.” While that may be true, it turns out that from IT’s perspective you can get a meal that’s cheap and good for you.
Canada has long been looking to the cloud to expand services for the public sector.
The future of government will almost certainly be on the cloud, and as it turns out for cybersecurity, that’s a very positive reality.
Requirements like FedRAMP have greatly boosted consistency and security of government cloud, and they’ve laid a strong foundation for future migration.
For cloud, adopting a DevOps approach is a powerful way to increase efficiency and effectiveness.
The model is serving as a new way for tackling issues across government in five key areas: cloud adoption, IT infrastructure optimization, customer experience, contact center and service delivery analytics.
A growing number of agencies are exploring ways to further leverage the promise of cloud computing. Serverless is the natural evolution.
What citizen services should look like to effectively engage with its citizens through next-generation applications.
Canada’s SSC has announced the awarding of multiple contracts to six partners of the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Partner Network for access to AWS cloud services.
The shift in technology and move to the cloud is not like any other in our lifetime, and the speed of innovation is happening much faster than anyone anticipated.