Sometimes projects need their own kind of “first aid.” Applying the “Breathing, bleeding, broken, consciousness” formula to a project emergency can help save the day.
Posts Tagged: Resilience
When you innovate and add new sources of data, it’s vital to incorporate cybersecurity into your plans. Here are five tips for successful change.
How well do you deal with change? Are you resilient, and how much purpose do you find in your daily life?
At the center of the new Climate Mapping for Resilience and Adaptation portal is a tool that features data relevant to making decisions and projections about climate conditions that can be searched by address to help communities adapt.
Deciding whether their sensitive citizen data should reside in public or private clouds can intimidate agencies. Thankfully, hybrid clouds can cover almost any need agencies have. Hybrid clouds mix public and private cloud environments, giving agencies benefits from both deployment models.
You’ve probably gone through tough times (or are now) that test how much you can manage. How can you stay strong under pressure? You need a C.O.T.E. of resilience.
Think about the large digital displays agencies use to direct visitors and share information with employees. While not traditional devices, these displays must still be protected.
Semiconductor supply chain shortages demonstrate how one small thing can be a single point of failure that negatively impacts an entire organization — but we should not accept such risks.
Agencies must serve the public without fail, especially in uncertain times. A strong government starts in the cloud.
Security has to be baked into the architecture from the outset, and must extend seamlessly across the operation.