Learn best practices for better visibility across workload and data hosting environments to help your agency realize the true potential of cloud.
The updated Trusted Internet Connection (TIC) 3.0 policy keeps up with the modern needs that agencies have to connect to their digital working environments faster and more securely.
Transitioning to a cloud-based CX solution is how agencies will reap big rewards in terms of more efficient operations, easier management and better CX.
Often when agencies think about modernizing systems, they think about implementing a cloud solution, but automation is also essential to embrace the power of efficiency.
The lesson learned was that public cloud has big benefits, but you need to examine your applications and use cases carefully.
To realize the true potential and possibility of cloud, agencies must invest in better visibility across workload and data hosting environments.
Many agencies are considering cloud technologies, which remove the need for on-premise data storage that creates silos by geography, technology or location.
An app that Los Angeles recently released indicates that cloud is a blank canvas that state and local governments can use to provide almost any public service.
As we enter 2020, public sector leaders should look for cascading instances of governments benefiting in practical ways from the cloud, with an eye toward how such a move can help jurisdictions reach their unique goals.
Scores of agencies are in the dark about some key factors regarding business. Cloud can overcome this by providing a single platform to manage operations.