Network visibility can help agencies view every part of their hybrid cloud environments by mixing the right activities and tools together in one platform.
Don’t keep delaying your modernization journey. Instead, use a modular, cloud-based approach to keep your new and legacy systems working together.
Imagine spending an hour editing a document, only to learn that someone had forgotten to email you the latest version.
Poor-performing legacy systems affect all stakeholders in social services, from clients and caseworkers to IT departments and agency leaders.
Federal agencies are wrestling with a fundamental problem with Big Data: The data is being generated at exponentially faster rates every year.
Though cloud computing provides many efficiencies, there are several reasons why spending can exceed plans. The solution? Follow the money.
Deployed properly, cloud computing is a logical path toward greater efficiency, improved consistency and virtually limitless scalability. At the same time, determining where to use cloud can be complicated.
Before the pandemic hit, public transit agencies were going through a rough patch, which meant less money for infrastructure, maintenance and modernization.
To get a real measure of how cloud services are perorming, you need to gather and integrate performance data from a wide variety of sources.
State and local HHS agencies typically take the lead in identifying health-related problems, writing policies, directing response and gauging success.