The government has no shortage of data, and an increasing amount of it resides in the cloud, making a cloud-based solution that integrates and manages that data from the start optimal for DR.
In this blog post, we define the terms and explain the connections of a modern software factory.
It has become clear that the landscape of cloud adoption is one of hybrid and multicloud deployment. According to Gartner, by the end of 2020, 75% of organizations will have deployed a multi or hybrid cloud model.
During a session at GovLoop’s “Gov Innovators Virtual Summit” on Wednesday, panelists discussed some lessons learned from the pandemic that are likely to reshape how agencies think about IT.
When done right, cloud computing should change how organizations think and act, whether they’re serving customers or investing in cybersecurity.
The reason DoD is able to thrive on the AI frontier, where so many agencies have barely trodden, is its central platform for data tools and services.
Digital transformation allows employees to make decisions faster, facilitate rapid learning and better serve constituents.
The siloed nature of many government organizations has rippling effects that run deep.
As the pace of digital innovation intensifies, agencies are looking to technology to meet emerging requirements and fulfill mission needs. In this environment, the use of cloud-native tools is a game-changer for app development.
The President’s Management Agenda provided agencies with a clear goal: Leverage data as a strategic asset. In theory, they are in great positions to do so.