Both open source and commercial off-the-shelf software are equally powerful tools. The key is knowing when to use which.
By integrating OT and IT systems, agencies can create a flow of data from the enterprise out to the edge and see greater insights into their operations.
Embracing modern practices and tools is easier said than done. But these tips can set your agency on the right path to success.
Nearly overnight, NSF moved the core of its business — identifying and funding work at the frontiers of science and engineering — to a virtual environment.
The collective experiences of federal IT departments are serving as case studies that will shape how agencies use technology going forward.
As we grapple with the reality of social distancing, I’m hoping XR will be one of many solutions to bring us closer together as we seek out ways to experience meaningful connections.
Using cloud computing, agencies can digitize their processes and become more resilient against future disasters such as the COVID-19 pandemic.
RPA business processes using software-generated bots, and it can help government workforces during disasters such as the COVID-19 pandemic.
Internal audit can help navigate the changing technology landscape as governments move toward more public-friendly e-commerce solutions.
What do employers and their procurement staff do if they need to purchase accessible technology tools to support remote work and digital communication? How do they know they are procuring accessible technology that can be used effectively from employees’ homes?