Agencies often overestimate the trouble they will have with some aspects of cloud migration, while underestimating others.
The cloud is recognized as a critical element of IT modernization. But it can’t solve problems alone; it needs to work in conjunction with on-site systems.
Industry is looking to secure government operations in the cloud, and offering tools and platforms that help ensure agencies’ zero-trust implementations align with existing governance and policies.
The benefits of hybrid cloud are clear but making the actual transition to the platform can be daunting. Check out these videos to learn best practices for a transition to a hybrid environment.
Investing in the cloud can present opportunities and obstacles. Here are the two big cloud considerations for city leaders.
Agencies often lack reliable, real-time data that can help them solve critical problems. In Chicago, officials used the cloud to bring early childhood care to underserved demographics.
Learn how consolidating cloud efforts can help employees deliver services to citizens securely and seamlessly.
While the technology that agencies buy has changed considerably in recent years, the process of buying it, not so much. So just as government IT faces modernization, the procurement of government IT needs to modernize, too.
New technology helps agencies deliver better customer service and improve their operations. All that advancement, though, comes at a cost: It makes things more complex.
Agencies must serve the public without fail, especially in uncertain times. A strong government starts in the cloud.