Increasing dependence on technology in day-to-day life has prompted governments to reevaluate their workflow processes.
Organizations that have multiple clouds have larger, more complex networks with larger attack surfaces that need defending from cyberthreats.
While many agencies might struggle with the cost of technological adoptions, open source can open windows to all sorts of emerging technologies.
How can agencies take advantage of technologies like the cloud and securely manage data while also considering the needs of remote workers?
As agencies move more and more of their citizen interactions to the web and mobile applications, the digital citizen experience increasingly becomes the primary way they interact with their citizens and employees.
Real-time text notifications can alert citizens of important details, such as public transit arrival times, disease warnings and regional reminders.
Nebraska has changed dramatically under Chief Information Officer (CIO) Ed Toner, who has totally consolidated the state of Nebraska’s IT system within 18 months.
Government websites on average now handle more than 20 million users daily, with about 48 percent of traffic on federal websites coming from mobile devices.
Agencies want to deliver an integrated digital experience for customers. So what exactly does prioritizing CX mean for government?
Trump’s fiscal 2020 budget lists a slight increase for federal cybersecurity spending, and a minor drop in federal IT spending.