Using digital tools, agencies can emphasize the “human” in “human capital” no matter where their employees are working to create engaging content.
Often, trusted best practices like “start small” are repeated at government conferences like they’re the IT national anthem.
To meet application expectations, organizations have to fix issues right away. And when you don’t have automation capabilities, it becomes difficult to pinpoint and fix snags in real time.
GovLoop has three tips for agencies who want to keep digitally transforming after they’ve adopted cloud computing services.
In theory, a cloud-based security solution should provide the necessary flexibility and scalability. However, many so-called cloud solutions were not designed for the cloud but instead retrofitted for it, relying on script languages to provide automated capabilities.
A technology-centric approach to cybersecurity is essential, but not sufficient. The nation’s recent history of data breaches, many of which began with phishing attacks, suggests that agencies need to take a people-centric approach as well.
The AWS partner network supports frontline workers with technology that enables tracking of health care resources, analyzes utilization of resources and more.
Any discussion about improving the security of the federal IT enterprise sooner or later comes around to the topic of network visibility.
So, how do agencies flourish with cloud-ready networks? Leveraging SD-WAN, agencies can deliver the best application experience possible for citizens and employees across multiple cloud environments.
The federal government’s sudden, widespread transition to a remote work environment has highlighted the importance of its decision to make policy decisions that remove barriers to cloud adoption.