Every day, we see the way technology changes the world. Still, Government agencies sometimes use inefficient and outdated applications and infrastructure. It’s important to understand why Government Agencies should improve their technology.
Taking the first step toward IT modernization can be incredibly difficult, particularly in the public sector. With so much accountability and so many potential mishaps, agencies are hesitant to move forward. But IT modernization doesn’t have to be daunting.
Cloud-based security could be the future of user-focused identity and access management.
A hybrid cloud is a good compromise for modern agencies, who are adapting to business needs and federal guidelines but need to practically consider workforce and security.
Onions have multiple layers and can make people cry. IT modernization is similar as it unfolds in stages and can cause tears if handled recklessly.
As we come to the end of the year, govies of all levels and functions should be considering what’s on the horizon for technology and how it could affect their agency, mission, and day-to-day work in 2019.
By now, we’ve all heard how the President’s Management Agenda sets bold goals for IT modernization. A vital element of the PMA is the creation of a Federal Data Strategy. This is a wise choice. Data is the oil and the key to our digital government.
IT modernization remains a priority of both parties heading into 2019, and IT spending is set to increase for both citizen and defense budgets, according to new research.
Everywhere you look, government agencies are juggling a number of IT modernization initiatives. Introducing new technology is exciting and leads to better services for constituents, but it can also be extremely challenging to implement for many reasons.
It’s true that all hardware products rely on software. What makes the current software-defined movement different, and not just a buzzword, is the decoupling of hardware and software.