Governments that fail to embrace the evolution of apps, devices and digital tools will quickly fall behind both the private sector and their peers.
Cloud adoption helps state and local governments deliver stable, protected access to their networks from any mobile device.
Today, one of the most important capabilities for a government organization to possess is effective communication – both between employees and with constituents. Now more than ever, that communication is vital. But, it’s also more challenging to achieve.
For cloud, one size fits all cannot effectively meet the mission and requirements of the public sector.
Federal government agencies began adopting enterprise-wide cloud roughly a decade ago. In 2018, many are still struggling with IT modernization.
The DoD faces a set of challenges unique to it as an organization, that makes accessing, storing and moving its data ever more complicated.
Agencies need the ability to provision cloud services quickly and manage those services with transparency and ease across multiple clouds.
Cloud managed services strengthen in-house operations and IT systems by services offered on a third-party operated cloud.
The only way for employees to get left behind is failure to embrace the change that comes with cloud. That’s why agencies need to position themselves to adapt for the long term.
What was once seen as a technology to help agencies save money is now being embraced as a business model to improve speed to market for critical applications