Partnered cloud and data center solutions offer federal agencies a way to meet the innovation demands of our digital era, without breaking budgets or overtaxing IT departments.
The mission requirement, and overall sensitivity of federal data, necessitate more thought than just placing data in a public cloud.
Cloud migration is more than just a technical change. It is a transformative process that moves beyond the traditionally accepted mindset of infrastructure as a physical asset.
Federal government security has reached an inflection point – and not one that has resulted in a decline of data attacks.
A GovLoop and Avaya survey of 81 federal employees illustrates why agencies are struggling with cloud and IT modernization.
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Moving to the cloud is one way agencies are transforming. But as different instances of cloud get set up across agencies, siloes are created, and a holistic approach to security can become nearly impossible.
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Why do agencies want to move to the cloud in the first place? There’s a perfect storm environment that’s making migration happen.
Citizens want a user experience that rivals that of the private sector. In many cases, cloud supported these types of experiences.