Automating manual processes, particularly security patching, in the data center is the key factor that will allow federal agencies to meet compliance standards and keep data secure while freeing up resources for other critical tasks.
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If one thing is constant in the IT world, it’s change. Technology and procedures are often changing for the better in government, which improves processes and services that citizens can then use to improve their lives.
As the public sector moves further into cloud migration, it’s crucial to approach the process methodically at your agency.
This blog post is an excerpt from the recent GovLoop and Oracle industry perspective, Mitigating the Impact of Data Loss & Outages in Government. Download the full report here. Agencies across government and the nation’s critical departments — including transportation, energy, emergency services and financial services — rely on electronic data and the related computerRead… Read more »
Learn about next steps in the journey to the cloud.
Air Force Chief Technology Officer Frank Konieczny said the service in the midst of a massive undertaking to move thousands of applications to cloud environments — particularly those owned and operated by commercial vendors.
Check out how the State of Texas effectively deployed a hybrid cloud solution.
Is your organization ready to make the jump and modernize but you are not quite sure how to go about it? Get some advice from service providers and govies who have already gone through modernization to learn how you can prepare for the digital future.
The first step to starting your cloud journey is to ask three questions: Why do we want to move to the cloud? What functions do we want to move? How do we make the change?
The way government agencies provide analytics to their users is changing. But one change that should be top of mind for agencies is ensuring the tools and services they offer are easily available to internal and external consumers.