Cloud Smart focuses on three interrelated pillars that agencies and the private sector identified as keys to success: workforce, security and procurement.
In an age of shrinking budgets, staff and time, agencies need every competitive advantage — and removing legacy IT systems is a great place to start.
Cloud computing can give Chief Information Officers (CIOs) the ingredients they need — such as adaptability and security — to cook up modern agencies.
Before emerging technologies can transform an agency, the data has to be standardized, accessed and shared, directed by organizational guidance.
Chief Information Officer Dana Deasy discusses how the department’s massive cloud contract will serve as a platform for broader DevOps and artificial intelligence efforts.
According to a 2018 survey, 80% of IT decision-makers migrated applications back from the public cloud. Why? During GovLoop’s recent online training, experts weighed in.
According to an expert in federal IT, electrical grids can help illustrate the relationship between cloud and fog computing.
Tennessee Deputy CIO speaks about the state’s plans for cloud migration in 2020, the differences and similarities in the state governments he has served at and the fruit of the labor he has seen in the department in 2019.
Most organizations will adopt a hybrid, multi-cloud environment by 2021 to fit their complex needs. So here are three priorities your agency should focus on to manage a more complex environment.
At GovLoop’s virtual summit on Wednesday, shared responsibility and transparency were highlighted as key aspects to achieve compliance, optimization and security with the cloud.