Today’s opioid crisis is a complex problem that affects governments at all levels. To make an impact on this significant problem, governments need a new approach that involves leveraging data and technology. Cloud-based technologies offer a way forward for better collaboration and data sharing sources.
To the surprise of many, moving data to the cloud does not necessarily make it secure. Agency IT and security operations teams must still use cloud providers’ tools and processes, as well as their own existing infrastructure, to protect data.
Government IT departments are facing the exact challenge of when, what and how to upgrade, as their applications become growingly outmoded and user experience suffers.
More than 60 percent of public sector IT leaders believe that cloud is essential to digital transformation. But there are still doubts about whether cloud is right for every agency, the best method to adopt it, how to use it most efficiently and more.
The Cloud Smart strategy should sync with the data governance requirements in the Federal Data Strategy for agencies to have a comprehensive view of their data.
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Among the chief benefits of government-grade clouds is that they help agencies manage their growing mission compute needs while remaining nimble and well-shielded from cyberthreats.
Cloud and security can co-exist. The maturity of cloud computing has made offerings such as multi-tenancy a secure and cost-effective option to support government’s modernization journey.
IT managers are familiarizing themselves with going “serverless”. There is, in fact a server, but it is in the cloud and managed by a company that specializes in customized infrastructures.
Governments that fail to embrace the evolution of apps, devices and digital tools will quickly fall behind both the private sector and their peers.