Posts Tagged: Hyland

3 Foundations of Government: Accurate, Accountable and Accessible

Digitizing documents is one way government can cut costs and increase efficiencies During one of my first weeks at GovLoop, I remember conducting an interview with a recently retired government employee. She had incredible experiences and not only provided me a great interview on customer service, but gave some exceptional career advice as well. “GetRead… Read more »

Making IT Investments That Last

Implementing new government IT projects is often a long and arduous process for government. Budget and staff cuts, advancing technologies, outdated procurement processes and more can leave officials feeling unequipped to make their next big IT move. So in this environment, how can government chief information officers (CIOs) strategize to invest in the right ITRead… Read more »

Resilient Communities, Efficient Governments: Tools for Today and Tomorrow

Natural disasters. Budget crises. Significant technological failures. In today’s interconnected world, a single disruptive event can have negative repercussions on a community long after the initial impact. This makes the imperative for a swift recovery a priority for state and local government. The ultimate goal is to make the community resilient to such events; itRead… Read more »

Enterprise Content Management and the Cloud: IDC White Paper

Cloud computing has revolutionized an organizations’ ability to improve service delivery. With additional technologies like mobile and enterprise content management (ECM) systems, agencies now have a powerful technology arsenal to innovate and excel in today’s growing digital economy. The recent increase in cloud computing adoption brings with it a shared interest in enterprise content managementRead… Read more »

How to Build Resilient Communities [Infographic]

Technology is changing the way your municipality prepares, responds and mitigates the impacts of a crisis. Cloud, mobile and geographic information systems (GIS) have been game-changers for government. They are helping governments leverage technology to build resilient communities. But what happens when cloud, mobile and GIS are viewed as integrative solutions rather than operating silos?Read… Read more »

3 Ways to Connect People to Process for IT Excellence

This is part two of a blog series focused on the importance on making the right IT deployment decisions to drive innovation, and focusing on connecting people to process while making IT investment decisions. Read part 1 here. Improvements to government services are powered by these kinds of technology adoptions. But the element that weRead… Read more »

Can IT Save Government?

There are many fascinating trends shaping government today. Across the federal landscape, we hear about big data, cloud, mobile and going paperless as technology saviors for government. But even the best technology may not be enough. To truly change how government does business, we need the ability to connect people and process. Regardless of theRead… Read more »

4 Essentials for Your Government Portal

Government agencies are quickly transforming to increase efficiencies and productivity as they adopt emerging technologies. With the emergence of web portals, increased consumer adoption of mobile devices, and higher demand for online services, government institutions are tasked to use technology to meet the demands of citizens in new, innovative ways. To meet citizen demands andRead… Read more »

Why ECM is Essential to Developing Your Government Web Portal

Government web portals have transformed the way that government engages with constituents. Due to advancements in the private sector, constituents are now use to conducting basic services online. Portals can become the one-stop-shops to access government services. As more and more people leverage the web to interact with government, it is now expected that governmentRead… Read more »

Tell Us: What’s on Your Organization’s IT Resolutions List for 2014?

Can you believe that it’s already that time of the year when we all start reflecting on the past year, and begin to look forward to 2014? Who knows where the time goes, but things certainly are moving fast. As we look to 2014, what are some things that should be on your IT resolutionsRead… Read more »