For the City of Sparks, Nevada, the first two weeks of remote work hurt a little.
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Learn how state and local agencies are staying resilient in times of change.
Learn how agencies are planning to defend, prevent and respond to future cybersecurity disasters as public servants continue to work remotely.
Learn why a zero trust approach to securing your agency’s enterprise endpoints has never been more difficult – or more important.
Identity and access management (IAM) is critical to helping agencies navigate this new normal.
Join us and your federal, state and local government colleagues online Thursday, August 6 from 9:30 a.m-4 p.m. ET/6:30 a.m.-1 p.m. PT to learn new and innovative technologies, best practices and lessons learned for modernizing in a telework environment.
To help you navigate this change while remaining productive, we’ve compiled a dozen of our best resources. We’ve included articles and guides covering how telework is affecting culture, processes and technology in the government workforce.
We surveyed 280 federal, state and local government employees and contractors about what they expect from their agencies’ virtual initiatives in the years to come, and the results are illustrated in this infographic.
The sudden influx of teleworkers means IT professionals have to secure infrastructure, applications and systems in a new, and more complex, environment.
How do you adjust your mindset to be focused and productive when you’re working from home?