To discover how geographic information systems (GIS) technology, paired with a thoughtful mobile strategy, can transform state and local government services, GovLoop partnered with Esri, a leader in GIS, for this industry perspective.
Today, nine out of 10 Americans own a mobile phone. Of that group, more than 65 percent own a smartphone. And these days it seems like you can do everything on that smartphone. Everything from email to banking to dinner reservations can be done with the swipe of a finger. And now those smartphones are… Read more »
The whole is greater than the sum of its parts, Aristotle said, long before the Digital Age was a possibility. And yet his observation applies today perhaps more than ever. The proliferation not only of technological devices, but also their capabilities and interconnection holds new levels of promise for improving the lives of people all… Read more »
Thinking about going paperless? Our infographic below highlights 10 benefits of going paperless. It’s no secret that paper-based processes power government services. But going paperless is now more important than ever before. Not only will it make you more efficient and effective, but constituents are demanding it. Explore our infographic below to learn about the… Read more »
Everywhere government looks, budgets are shrinking. Federal government’s IT spending will be cut by $2.4 billion in 2015. State and local governments will also suffer decreases in IT and support service budgets. Contrast that to IT spending in the private sector, which is predicted to increase to $3.8 trillion as technology companies continue to offer… Read more »
This report is part of GovLoop’s “Innovations That Matter Series,” in which we explore how organizations are maximizing the latest technologies and solutions to transform their organizations. We’ve spoken with thought leaders in government and industry to pinpoint the best practices for securely adopting mobile technology. Our research particularly explores the value and benefits of… Read more »
GovLoop is pleased to produce this most recent guide in its “Agency of the Future” series, this time turning our attention to the important matter of mobile security.
Federal IT professionals are faced with providing secure technology solutions in a quickly changing IT landscape. In this infographic, we explore the Dell Latitude 10 Enhanced Security (ES) tablet, powered by the dual core Intel® Atom™ processor Z2760.
Federal IT professionals are faced with providing secure technology solutions in a quickly changing IT landscape. In this industry perspective, we explore the Dell Latitude 10 Enhanced Security (ES) tablet, powered by the dual core Intel® Atom™ processor Z2760.
With the growth of the web, social media and technologies, providing seamless, consistent, and responsive customer service requires multiple channels of engagement. The GovLoop and Oracle report elaborates on how government agencies can integrate multichannel communication to improve customer service.
One of the most exciting trends in government is mobility. With the flood of consumer devices entering the workplace, the public sector has looked at ways to implement mobile to improve communications strategies, cut costs, increase employee productivity, and transform collaboration across government agencies.
The consumerization of IT is a trend that is not being taken lightly within government. With the speed at which technology changes, new devices, strategies and technologies have emerged in the workplace. Consider this, a computer in the early 1970s was a device that could fill an entire office.
Government communications professionals have always felt the pressures of publishing public news and information as quickly as possible. With the boom in social media, communications has become an even more critical function of government. Public relations officers are now faced with an expectation of being open 24/7/365 to deliver real-time information to citizens. As more… Read more »