GovLoop hosted a panel Wednesday afternoon about the shared burden agencies face in IT modernization and the best steps agencies can take going forward.
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Penned in the 1960s, the “Fifty Nifty United States” song is a favorite of 3rd grade classrooms across the country. But is it’s mantra true, that every state really is unique, and if so, does that uniqueness extend to IT.
Journalist Scott Fulton III describes fifth-generation wireless, or 5G, as “a capital improvement project the size of the entire planet.” He’s not wrong. And it’s coming fast.
Achieving security is still a concern in hybrid cloud environments. The answer is to shift to a model of cloud security where identity is the new firewall, devices are the new perimeter, and flexibility is built in to the approach.
Considering how often it’s discussed, digital transformation is still a difficult term to pin down. In a recent webinar, SBA CIO Guy Cavallo discussed how government agencies to transform to fit the changing digital landscape.
Growing up I was told that there’s no such thing as a “free lunch.” While that may be true, it turns out that from IT’s perspective you can get a meal that’s cheap and good for you.
IT modernization is necessary to deliver enhanced functionality, security and efficiency to government employees and the citizens they serve. But in order for agencies at all levels to take full advantage of all modernization has to offer, they have to plan their digital transformation journey to ensure IT aligns to mission need.
Let’s face it. We live in an age of constantly changing, ever expanding technologies. But if used properly, APIs can help.
As federal employees, it’s our civic duty to foster a culture of inclusiveness and educate those around us on the importance of accessibility.
At this junction of my career, I felt like I was facing my Jaws and needed a bigger boat.