“If you don’t have visibility of what you have in the public cloud, you can get sticker shock. You’re invoiced at the end of the month and you ask yourself, ‘Why is this costing so much?’”
State and Local
Now, leaders face a difficult problem: How do they lower facility costs while considering a post-COVID-19 future?
To learn about how agencies can manage the enormous data influx and optimize their cloud journeys, an industry expert offered three key practices.
Montana resolved its communication problems and implemented a scalable solution that delivers personalized communication to its constituents.
As a result of just three virtual efforts, citizens are more engaged than ever before. They have opportunities to get involved in their city.
It is important to focus on cost, efficiency, and performance while prioritizing investments that promote multi-year outcomes.
COVID-19 has proven that something so seemingly benign as paper can undermine well-intentioned government efforts if left unchecked.
Integrated, cloud-based solutions can help public safety agencies overcome challenges while providing new ways to ensure their personnel have the right information when they need it. This improves the safety of first responders as well as the public, while allowing agencies to successfully meet increasing and evolving needs with fewer resources.
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“There are a lot of folks who love equity as a concept, but knowing how to actually do equity work is where the challenge comes in.”