Shifting the focus to the speed of change when it comes to government IT these days is the first necessary step.
New legislation mandating major updates to legacy systems have led agencies to fall into short-term remedy, but at the local level in New Orleans, they’ve captured this energy to improve the lives of residents.
Hybrid clouds mix on-premise legacy IT with modernized, cloud-based IT, giving agencies the best traits from each in one package.
The Office of Management and Budget (OMB) just released their FY 2021 guide to the President’s Budget. As federal agencies prepare to submit their requests, information technology and customer experience dominate the agenda.
Everyone loves conferences—from the chance to hear inspiring keynotes to the opportunity to network with peers, they offer great content in a convenient package. However, it’s not always easy for government employees to step away from their desks and get the required budget to attend conferences. That’s why we’re hosting the completely virtual and completelyRead… Read more »
Hybrid clouds bridge the gap between legacy and modern IT systems by combining data from both. This gives agencies the best of both worlds on their IT.
Four federal CIOs spoke at the House Oversight hearing analyzing the Federal Information Technology Acquisition Reform Act (FITARA) 8.0 scorecard. Data consolidation, outdated legacy systems and costliness dominated the conversation.
Leadership needs to find the highest impact and most valuable solutions to answer employees’ demands and allow for expansion down the road.
Digital Workspaces combine cloud computing and legacy IT across multiple clouds to keep using traditional technology while adding cloud’s flexibility.
For IT departments with static budgets and siloed purchasing leadership, meeting these demands can feel impossible. Yet higher education must find ways to leverage innovative new technologies to meet the demands of today. How do they do that?