The large-scale move to remote work, combined with recent high-profile cybersecurity attacks have forced government agencies to rethink how they invest in and implement cybersecurity practices that are effective yet also user-friendly.
Connecticut CIO Mark Raymond recently explained how his state is improving its resilience through IT consolidation, modernization and simplification.
As the world continues to adjust to new ways of living and working, many organizationsare looking to plan for the future and reopening offices.
To say that digital modernization is purely a cost-savings initiative is a myth.
AWS is rolling out a global program developed specifically to help organizations with potential pitfalls of regulations in the cloud.
The passage of the American Rescue Plan Act opens a window for governments to invest in technology that can help close the equity and access gap.
Empower teams and drive business value with interactive learning and on-demand training options such as synchronous and asynchronous learning.
Moving Windows workloads to the cloud opens a path toward freedom of choice, lower costs and release from vendor lock-in.
As agencies look for ways to improve performance, optimize costs and embrace a digital future, they are turning to the cloud for many of their services.
Widespread telework ushered in a new suite of applications and workflows. With it, agencies gained familiarity with cloud solutions, learning on the way.