Zero trust isn’t just about technology. It also requires a change in mindset. Here’s how to take a holistic approach.
Cloud technology can lead to cost savings, greater efficiency and less burdensome workloads. But many agencies have slow-walked their journeys to the cloud, and cloud migrations can, in fact, be quite complicated. Here are three things agencies should consider when contemplating a cloud transition.
Operational technology and industrial control systems keep essential services running. But it can be hard to find the workforce to protect them. Here are some tips.
To make government programs more equitable, we must determine who’s falling through the cracks and why. Data analysis is the key to doing that and can help agencies eliminate underserved populations’ barriers to access.
Voice recognition can improve engagement, security, and both employee and constituent experiences.
Launching new ideas and services can be difficult. To promote success, agencies need a good plan that encourages collaboration, accounts for generational differences, fosters testing and automation and, among most definitely, delivers on its promises.
The FDA’s new Office of Digital Transformation (ODT) is on a mission to better integrate FDA systems, increase collaboration, improve efficiencies and, overall, serve Americans even better. Here is how the FDA’s Chief Information Officer explains the agency’s groundbreaking initiatives.
It’s no surprise that your agency needs secure, reliable network equipment to meet your mission, but things like compliance requirements or security gaps can be obstacles toward reaching that goal. You’re not alone. Even the U.S. military has faced the challenge of outdated communications equipment getting in the way of their work. When one DefenseRead… Read more »
Government employees often spend too much time wrangling with incompatible systems and struggling to get data and meet reporting requirements. Automation can significantly help, and can promote collaboration that produces better outcomes overall.
When digital services are simple, fast and reliable, they build trust in government. It’s crucial to understand that link, and how technology can help agencies fulfill their missions while protecting against identity theft and other cyber vulnerabilities.