Government agencies are increasingly turning to cloud computing to execute mission-critical operations and provide services to citizens. In order to be successful, agencies must partner with the right cloud service provider.
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As government agencies increasingly turn to SecOps, they are also turning to the cloud and seeking the assistance of commercial cloud service providers to successfully migrate their platforms. Agency leaders will also need to continue refining security-based techniques to lower their risk profiles. More importantly, agencies should view cloud adoption as an extension of their… Read more »
Particularly in federal government, cloud adoption seems to be on the rise. The budget for provisioned services is increasing each year, and policies are in place to encourage “cloud first” approaches to procurement. But while a broad view of government IT trends shows an increase in cloud adoption, a closer look shows a more scattered… Read more »
To better understand the newer ways in which cloud computing is spurring innovation and agility in government, GovLoop sat down with Doug VanDyke, Director of Federal Civilian and Nonprofits at Amazon Web Services.
Do you remember when you first heard terms like cloud computing and Internet of Things? They seemed so futuristic just a few years ago, right?
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.
Cloud computing provides a simple way for state and local government to access servers, storage, databases and other application services over the internet.
A few things to consider when moving to the cloud.
The levee is about to break when the finishing parts of the reciprocity of the FedRAMP High baseline to the Department of Defense (DoD) Impact Level (IL) 4/5 are completed.
Learn how cloud data management can help government agencies better manage their data.