Agencies can effectively adapt to remote work by updating their disaster recovery and continuity of operations plans (COOP).
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Replacing legacy technologies with modern, cloud-based solutions enables agencies to extend operations to wherever their employees are.
The two events of 2020 that had the biggest impact on Maricopa County’s information security program were the COVID-19 pandemic and 2020 election cycle.
Now, the challenges around remote work is not so much a technology issue but a policy one, said Rob Beutel, the Air Force’s Deputy Chief Information Technology Officer.
Enabling employees to work productively is the highest priority for the agency, said USAID Chief Information Officer. But that productivity may look different than before.
While the pandemic eventually will end, telework is here to stay. Six best practices can help you raise your game and become a telework ace.
Working from home is here to stay. Working with (and leading) remote employees is a fact of life we need to accept and learn to manage.
Reacting is what IT managers did in March. Now, they are taking a step back to reassess the planning element with the benefit of recent lessons learned.
Like most things, working from home has pros and cons. Employees might get to sleep a little longer or get back hours of their commute time. But they also face new security threats in their home IT environments.
By the count of a recent GovLoop survey, public service has held up pretty well six months later considering the unscripted, tumultuous changes of COVID-19.