Based on the survey data and research conducted by GovLoop, several trends emerged about how agencies view cloud and its alignment to customer experience.
Agencies today are looking to better reach citizens and improve internal processes, all while staying ahead of modern threats. But as agencies focus on these efforts, they must be mindful of mitigating dangers to their data.
The demand for digital products and services is creating more IT projects for federal, state and local agencies nationwide.
Hybrid cloud allows agencies to move to the cloud without abandoning the convenience of their preferred on-premise solutions.
How hybrid cloud services and a hybrid cloud strategy can help agencies address rising IT costs, security regulations, and increasing constituent demands while integrating with their existing systems.
The Trusted Internet Connections (TIC) program launched in 2007 to protect the security of federal network connections governmentwide.
Box’s cloud-based platform for LEISP tightened DOJ’s control over the agency’s data access and governance, and enabled initimate partner collaborations.
In 2018, one agency in Washington became America’s first to transition its entire digital platform for delivering Medicaid assistance into cloud.
For tens of millions of Americans, this program ensures that they can afford health care despite their limited income and resources.
Brig. Gen. Greg Touhill said that his concerns stems from grouping the Defense Department’s (DoD) cybersecurity assets in one place.