As much as agencies want and need to rapidly respond to change, they’re only as agile as the systems they rely on.
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The highly qualified recent graduates in cybersecurity-related fields selected for the Cybersecurity Talent Initiative could obtain student loan assistance.
Four leading women in technology spoke at a panel titled Women in Tech: Our Journey to Ignite Government Innovation at Microsoft Ignite, an annual conference.
Agencies need a way to cut IT costs, boost employee productivity, and deliver high-definition user experiences on any device. And they need to do all of that without sacrificing security. That’s a tall order, but with secure digital workspaces it’s possible.
Communities need to learn to think GIS first to drive long-term decision-making and planning by implementing data-driven decisions and collaboration with geodesign.
While initial Infrastructure-as-a-Service capabilities provided significant benefits, such as cost savings and improved security, there are still untapped advantages of cloud that agencies have not fully realized. One of those advantages gaining momentum is serverless computing.
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.
Government reports often languish in perpetuity, stalling valuable information from making it into the hands of decision makers. But what if these critical reports could be generated, processed, and filed faster?
This blog post is an excerpt from GovLoop’s recent guide, “The Internet of Things: Challenges and Opportunities for Government.”
Building secure environments and ensuring adherence to FedRAMP authorization requirements can be complex and cumbersome. Learn how Red Hat and Microsoft are partnering to help.