At many agencies, knowledge gaps are hindering both professional development and key IT initiatives. Here is why continuous learning is the answer.
Like a person born without an immune system, operational technology (OT) existed and functioned in a bubble. That bubble is threatening to burst.
The infrastructure bills represent a huge opportunity for once-in-a-generation change for the greater good. Let’s do everything we can to do it securely.
Agencies need to transform the customer experience (CX), employee experience (EX) and technology that they have to imitate the private sector.
Having large quantities of data is like receiving multiple free cups of coffee: At first, it seems great, but then it takes up too much space.
Low code certainly proved its worth during the pandemic. However, it will be even more important after new cases fall to near zero.
Operational technology (OT) systems manage a wide range of industrial control systems that are targets of terrorists and saboteurs.
Accessibility and security are huge factors that impact if an employee can even work remotely. In other words, remote work is not just a choice.
The time to think about artificial intelligence (AI) at your agency is sooner rather than later due to concerns like data security, transparency and bias.
When it comes to public and private cloud services, hybrid clouds offer the agencies the best of both worlds.