By investing in enterprise-scale hybrid cloud, federal agencies, particularly DoD, can consolidate their workloads without cutting off resources and stifling application performance
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DoD needs modern technology that makes it easier for warfighters to access data and manage critical applications. Hybrid cloud fits that bill.
In healthcare agencies, it’s critical that data not only be secure but also available in the case of disaster. In the event of a system failure or cybersecurity breach, healthcare organizations must be able to quickly recover secure copies of patient, provider and payer data. Access to this information could literally be a life orRead… Read more »
A hybrid cloud is a good compromise for modern agencies, who are adapting to business needs and federal guidelines but need to practically consider workforce and security.
When thinking about population health management nationally, health centers are an important piece of that puzzle – and data is driving their continuous improvement.
The DoD faces a set of challenges unique to it as an organization, that makes accessing, storing and moving its data ever more complicated.
In healthcare, the discussion is no longer about if cloud migration will happen, but rather how institutions will effectively migrate. Government agencies and organizations are no exception. The rise of electronic medical records, an increased demand for telemedicine, as well as a growing population of patients make it critical that healthcare agencies pursue the cloud.Read… Read more »
As technologies continue to evolve and grow, the infrastructure that supports these next generation tools must evolve and grow too.
How do agencies overcome the challenges of outdated, complex infrastructures to meet new demands? At our GovLoop Virtual Summit: Tech Trends You Need to Know, we heard from three experts about how hyperconverged infrastructures (HCI) can simplify IT environments and move agencies forward.
Here are five best practices to make the most of DCaaS and balance the demands of uninterrupted services with the need to update legacy technologies.