How do agencies successfully move from considering cloud to actually buying cloud services? How do agencies implement those systems and ensure they are secure?
GovLoop spoke with Mahan about her new role, cloud computing issues she’s seeing across government and how she is helping agencies navigate those challenges.
Three particular obstacles to cloud adoption and how to take the appropriate steps to address or avoid these pitfalls with your own agency’s cloud.
In a collaborative work environment, employee productivity increases, service delivery costs go down, and the overall outcome is improved. These advancements are more important than ever in the public sector. So, how do you make collaboration a reality?
Today, agencies have every reason to think “Cloud First.” By embracing the cloud and everything it has to offer, they immediately reap the rewards of budget savings, boosted efficiencies and heightened security.
How to manage various compliance standards and keep your data safe.
This blog post is an excerpt from our recent industry perspective, How Hybrid IT Can Transform Government. Download the full perspective here. Most government agencies are heading toward a mix of private cloud, virtual private cloud, public cloud and traditional IT resources. Hybrid infrastructure is a potential combination of these four elements across multiple vendors. A key toRead… Read more »
The way government agencies provide analytics to their users is changing. But one change that should be top of mind for agencies is ensuring the tools and services they offer are easily available to internal and external consumers.
It’s a bird. It’s a plane. No, it’s cloud. Cloud has been a buzzword in the technology world for a while now. So, what is cloud? Simply put, cloud is a style of computing that can scale IT-related capabilities as a service, and it’s used in many places today, including the government. Though it’s becomeRead… Read more »
Through interactions with federal stakeholders, we have identified common barriers that government agencies face during implementation of their cloud computing projects. This insight supports the foundation of the approach GSA is taking in this endeavor.