To maximize the potential of the cloud, state and local departments need to centrally manage their policies and procedures that should apply to all systems.
While focusing on efficiency is not a bad thing in and of itself, I would argue that a greater emphasis on understanding outcomes and effectiveness is where the transformational opportunity exists.
For state and local governments juggling their roles as service providers with the need for IT modernization, finding the right balance is tantamount.
Automation allows state and local governments to detect, patch and connect systems with minimal employee intervention, saving time and money.
Agencies that use digital document workflows and electronic signatures save energy, money and time on formerly manual processes.
Are you ready to be at the forefront of government IT, and is your department making investments to modernize IT service and project delivery?
Traditional approaches to network security just won’t cut it in a world of modern-day threats. Zero trust security measures are the new frontier in this digital age.
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.