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.
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Federal government agencies began adopting enterprise-wide cloud roughly a decade ago. In 2018, many are still struggling with IT modernization.
What was once seen as a technology to help agencies save money is now being embraced as a business model to improve speed to market for critical applications
By taking a strategic approach to multi-cloud management, federal agencies can achieve success in three critical areas of cloud: security, visibility and automation.
The event will bring together cloud experts, enterprises and top software companies for building, deploying, learning and running cloud-native software.
Because cloud has become more common, one might think that deployment and adoption of cloud computing is easier than ever in government. But that’s not necessarily so.
IoT has become synonymous to a smart city. But as any city that has deployed IoT can attest, becoming a smart city requires more than that.
A recent Small Business Administration pilot program shows how the cloud could reinforce the security of the federal government’s internet connections.
Public- and private-sector experts explain how a cloud-based disaster recovery strategy helps government agencies recover faster after calamity harms their IT infrastructure.
Before agencies can modernize, they need to assess the viability of their underlying infrastructure to power new innovations, applications, and services. But traditional environments are often crowded with hardware-defined legacy systems – usually operating in silos.