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Government legacy systems, some of which were developed decades ago, weren’t built to maximize employee engagement.
The way agencies serve their customers and the technology government employees use to do their jobs has changed in a matter of months.
Moving to the cloud is one way agencies are transforming. But as different instances of cloud get set up across agencies, siloes are created, and a holistic approach to security can become nearly impossible.
Transforming the way governments serve the public is about more than choosing the right technologies. Agencies have to rethink engagement with customers.
Given the resources that are in place or inherited, it’s no fault of their own that workforce and economic development staff are hampered in their efforts to productively deliver desired outcomes in services to regional citizens and business customers.
A variety of market drivers have brought government to the tipping point of needing critically improved data analytics.
I went back to Lawrence Livermore national laboratory again this week and this time I got to get a tour of the National Ignition Facility…aka the most powerful laser on earth. The simple scale of the facility is awe inspiring as is the science. We are talking about a laser capable of replicating the birthRead… Read more »
6 weeks to Salesforce Nirvana When you are in the cloud business (as we are) you get used to people making some pretty bold statements about scalability, agility, cost and all the other miracles that are supposed to come with “moving to the cloud.” However one thing that I think goes unmentioned often times isRead… Read more »
In a time of sequestration and budget cuts innovation is the name of the game. All across government we are seeing “government innovators” pop up. People who are disrupting bureaucracy, collaborating, using new technology such as social media, and transforming how government operates. But how are they doing this and how can you replicate itRead… Read more »