As we adopt new ways of living because of the COVID-19 pandemic, agencies will need to consider creative approaches to their remote work strategy.
Agencies can address productivity needs by migrating their existing applications and IT assets to the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Cloud.
As of recently, you’d see maintainers researching and tracking information on smartphones, a breakthrough that allows more planes to be serviced.
Many times, the very communities that are at the epicenter of crises are dynamic enough to have pockets of educated and ambitious entrepreneurs.
According to an expert in federal IT, electrical grids can help illustrate the relationship between cloud and fog computing.
MyColorado offers all of Colorado’s offical state services in one application that citizens can conveniently use on their mobile devices.
Cities everywhere are coping with increased urbanization, and are struggling to provide mobility choices to their citizens. MaaS aims to help cities provide choice for their citizens, while facilitating smart city initiatives with cost savings and improved efficiencies.
The L.A. County Office of the Assessor began an “Assessor-as-a-Service” program designed to help smaller counties’ assessor’s offices get to the cloud.
With modern solutions, state and local governments can now achieve holistic and easy-to-access insights into their spending.
To find out more about the risks of insider threats, check our new GovLoop Academy course, A Layered Approach to Insider Threat Prevention. This blog post is an excerpt from the course. Insider threats are dangers that originate within an organization, and they’re one of the biggest hazards that agencies face. They can come in allRead… Read more »