Conversations around cloud computing have shifted from being purely cost-driven to now focusing on how the cloud and managed services help enable agencies’ missions.
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A Trump administration official said the strategy would address the federal government’s cloud practices regarding procurement, security and its workforce.
The future of government will almost certainly be on the cloud, and as it turns out for cybersecurity, that’s a very positive reality.
Requirements like FedRAMP have greatly boosted consistency and security of government cloud, and they’ve laid a strong foundation for future migration.
Agencies are attempting to modernize their IT infrastructures to better support mission-critical functions. To achieve these missions, agencies need to embrace four key components of IT modernization: cloud computing, shared services, data center consolidation and Agile development.
In the private sector, there is no shortage of examples of successful industry disruptors. However, the public sector faces a unique challenge: How do you keep pace with private industry? How do you innovate in a market that is moving very quickly, especially when it comes to technology?
Cloud computing provides a simple way for state and local government to access servers, storage, databases and other application services over the internet.
When it comes to adopting cloud services for functions such as HR or finance, concerns about security are often the biggest barrier. So how do you have a conversation around cloud when there are trust issues? We sat down with industry and gov experts to find out.
The White House council published a report on Aug. 30, and there’s a lot of information to consume. Here are the seven most important takeaways.
Agencies are using a variety of different cloud environments to meet their needs. In this post, we define multiple cloud implementations, what’s driving it and some of the challenges that agencies face.