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Technology is changing how we interact with each other and our elected officials. As more of the public goes mobile, government needs to work towards deploying mobile solutions to meet their constituents where they are.
This is an excerpt from the recent Customer Service Playbook for Government. In the guide, we detail six plays to help you transform the way your agency serves its citizen users. Despite government investing more time, resources, and knowledge into their customer service initiatives, constituents still don’t seem to be fully satisfied. According to leading… Read more »
It’s an accepted fact that cloud is a valuable and respected technology in government, and that it’s quickly evolving and become ever more important in a variety of agencies. But what we don’t often stop to think about is how cloud computing actually enables everybody at all levels of government to achieve something traditionally difficult… Read more »
Imagine a world where every individual in every organization on any device can run any operating system. Seems unlikely, right? Well, that far-stretched world is here, the one we’re currently living in, and in the recent GovLoop online training, “The Real Journey to the Cloud,” expert panelists discussed the five actors of the cloud and their cross-cutting… Read more »
The humble MS Word table has been there for me so many times.
If your agency isn’t currently deploying Platform-as-a-Service, it’s a safe bet it will be soon. That’s because PaaS is projected to grow at a compound annual rate of 41 percent through 2016, according to Market Monitor. The civil side of the federal government expects to spend $643 million on PaaS next year. The investment represents… Read more »
Have you seen the recent RFP opportunity in City of Oakland? Please check it out the website http://www2.oaklandnet.com/oakca1/groups/contracting/documents/webcontent/oak044625.pdf
Picture this: You are sitting at your desk, working on a project as you near the deadline, and your computer is operating at a snail’s pace. Nothing is worse than your computer not working as it should. It wastes time, money and valuable IT resources. So how much could you actually save by upgrading your… Read more »
The holiday season is upon us which means there’s lots of fun and festive things going on in and around your city. One of those was the HP Holiday Joyride– which combines new technology with holiday cheer. Starting off in Palo Alto, California the HP Caravan ended its journey in Washington DC this past weekend…. Read more »