To modernize the data center, agencies not only must navigate the data deluge and transfer of workloads, they must consider what is financially and logistically feasible. That’s why the path forward involves an as-a-Service approach to streamline delivery of capabilities and technology while reducing costs.
Due to outdated infrastructure, disparate data and lack of data security, open source is more important than ever for government missions. In an interview with GovLoop, Henry Sowell, Chief Information Security Officer at Hortonworks can transition to new platforms and execute on the promise of open source.
Technology is evolving quickly, and a lot of agencies are trying to keep up by adopting more online services. However, most government fieldworkers use paper-based processes to collect data during inspections. A recent GovLoop online training discussed how agencies can employ digital platforms and improve mobile capabilities to increase efficiency for fieldworkers.
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As the Department of the Navy eases its way into the cloud, prioritizing education and training for application owners and sailors must be a priority, according to one of the service’s cloud experts.
Let’s face it. We live in an age of constantly changing, ever expanding technologies. But if used properly, APIs can help.
GovLoop sat down with Adriane Burton, Chief Information Officer for the Health Resources and Services Administration, to discuss how IT supports HRSA’s more than 90 programs that provide healthcare to people who are geographically isolated and economically or medically challenged.
Although government workers know what they need from their IT infrastructure to achieve mission goals, results from a reent GovLoop survey of IT professionals show that nearly half of agencies’ current infrastructures aren’t meeting expectations. Why?
The future of IT is already here. With CI, government has a chance to stay ahead of IT modernization by enabling IT teams to focus less on managing data centers and more on innovation.
With the complexity of solutions leading to longer lead times and far-off go-live dates, the perception that IT can’t deliver has led to independent and de-centralized purchasing of solutions by business units – who probably aren’t consulting you about the implications of the purchase.