The complete IT professional is somebody that can understand business objectives and use their command of IT to solve those problems in a manner that is efficient and effective. The cloud enables them to deftly wield those IT skills with more prowess and dexterity than on-premise solutions could afford.
It’s this time of year, Thanksgiving, when we get to sit down with our families and share food, stories, good humor and wisdom.
Getting schedules under control means finding time to breathe and find the white spaces.
If government wants to run as efficiently and securely as possible, rethinking data classification, cyber education tactics and modern hybrid cloud solutions are excellent ways to start.
There is quite a bit of writing these days about how data is the catalyst to government innovation. Over the last several years, the conversation has turned towards how the innovation needed to face the 21st-century challenges requires us to get these data conversations right.
Confronted with the realities of an aging workforce and the need to onboard a new generation of employees, agencies can’t afford to act inefficiently.
It’s that most wonderful time of the year when you think about holiday gifts that will make your favorite coworkers feel appreciated—and then draw a complete blank on the perfect gift to give them.
If asked to name innovative organizations, how many government entities spring to mind? Not enough. This does not mean, however, that there is a shortage of innovation in government.
We see the news coverage of mass shootings, knife and vehicle-borne attacks more often now. Here are some tips and great resources to apply. It could save a life.
Continuous learning is critical to the professional success of public servants, whether they’re civilians working to preserve and extend local or federal government institutional knowledge, or soldiers receiving new training while deployed in a far-flung region. Today, using technology to facilitate that learning is critical.