In healthcare, the discussion is no longer about if cloud migration will happen, but rather how institutions will effectively migrate. Government agencies and organizations are no exception. The rise of electronic medical records, an increased demand for telemedicine, as well as a growing population of patients make it critical that healthcare agencies pursue the cloud…. Read more »
While AI provides significant advantages, it can be challenging to adopt without the right computing and development resources to enable it. Many government agencies, however, still struggle with legacy and outdated IT infrastructures. That’s why a trusted and robust cloud infrastructure is a critical component of the DoD’s journey to AI and machine learning.
Conversations around cloud computing have shifted from being purely cost-driven to now focusing on how the cloud and managed services help enable agencies’ missions.
The event will bring together cloud experts, enterprises and top software companies for building, deploying, learning and running cloud-native software.
Because cloud has become more common, one might think that deployment and adoption of cloud computing is easier than ever in government. But that’s not necessarily so.
SaaS solutions help local governments offer better, more flexible services to their residents. If recent developments are any indication, partnerships between tech innovators and City Hall will transform the way people think about public services.
A recent Small Business Administration pilot program shows how the cloud could reinforce the security of the federal government’s internet connections.
Public- and private-sector experts explain how a cloud-based disaster recovery strategy helps government agencies recover faster after calamity harms their IT infrastructure.
Canada is continuing to expand its cloud strategy with AWS partners.
Learn more about the government cloud transformation success stories shared at the AWS Summit last month.