To grapple with this growing sprawl of resource-intensive systems, agencies have turned away from traditional IT models to embrace software-defined data centers. But management can be a challenge.
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There’s a lot of buzz about machine learning in government today, given its potential to improve operations, cut costs and produce better program outcomes. But what exactly is it?
Combatting the opioid crisis demands a multi-factored approach.
With the direction that government IT has been headed, it seems like every agency is fighting to get into the cloud. But how can an agency know if the cloud is actually right for them? And how can they make sure that they are as cost-efficient as possible while trying to take those next steps?
Today’s opioid crisis is a complex problem that affects governments at all levels. To make an impact on this significant problem, governments need a new approach that involves leveraging data and technology. Cloud-based technologies offer a way forward for better collaboration and data sharing sources.
More than 60 percent of public sector IT leaders believe that cloud is essential to digital transformation. But there are still doubts about whether cloud is right for every agency, the best method to adopt it, how to use it most efficiently and more.
As an AWS channel reseller and a Premier Consulting Partner, DXC assists clients in discovering, migrating, modernizing and managing application workloads to the AWS platform.
Across the board, government agencies are looking to implement tools that can increase productivity in any way possible. Artificial Intelligence (AI) has found its way to the top of the list, with many agencies looking to incorporate it to improve the work that their staff is able to do.
In June 2018 at the AWS Public Sector Summit, AWS convened the first technology-focused Opioid Crisis Council, where stakeholders from across public sector and industry who play key roles in addressing the opioid epidemic gathered to identify common challenges and explore disruptive solutions.
Cloud computing can fundamentally change the way government delivers its mission. Understanding the capabilities of the cloud is a good start, but the hard work begins when agencies have to figure out how to harness public cloud. That’s where things can get complicated.