Increasing dependence on technology in day-to-day life has prompted governments to reevaluate their workflow processes.
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With a secure digital workspace, agencies can make their applications and data available to any employee on any device in any location.
The stats speak for themselves. 52 percent of public sector organizations that were breached were attacked where a patch was available.
Just as the relationship between corporate IT departments and employees has shifted, interactions between vendors and CHCOs are evolving toward a state of greater collaboration, in the interest of flexible systems that are highly responsive to agency demands. As a result, the systems elevate business process management capabilities. There’s no need to “reinvent the wheel”… Read more »
Remember curly-cord phones, carbon copies and paper time cards? Some of us do, and some of us also remember the extraordinary leap city governments made in the 1990s from manual processes to on-site ERP systems. Wholly focused on transforming paper-based processes, these highly-customized, IT-supported ERP systems changed the way office folks worked — whether theyRead… Read more »
Enterprise Content Management (ECM) technology is helping to transform how government delivers services. The post below briefly highlights ECM technology and the benefits of ECM. Government is certainly in a transitional period as to how services are delivered, and core to this transition is freeing government of the burden of paper, and placing workers, staff,Read… Read more »
Avoid bottlenecks and practice efficient governance To work, governance needs to be embedded. Sure there are a lot of other factors that come in to play and doing a good job of defining scope, communicating, and socializing your governance is important too. However, embedding your governance makes it easy for the folks who are stakeholdersRead… Read more »
A few weeks ago I shared Valve’s employee handbook, positioning as the defacto office culture that all other office cultures are competing with. Last week I wrote why I believe that organizational learning plans are crutch. What I failed to do was explicitly connect the two in some meaningful way. Consider what follows my attemptRead… Read more »
Agencies that implement an Enterprise Content Management (ECM) system are typically losers-but in a good way! The whole reason to implement an ECM system is to lose the waste while gaining efficiency. Below are five things you can kiss goodbye when your ECM system comes online: Wasting Time: How much time does your current processRead… Read more »
One of my weaknesses is that I get distracted. When operating in a team, with constructed deadlines and timetables, things are easy. A day’s mission or set of milestones are there to be tackled and accomplished. However, when a rogue agent like me, I’ve discovered the common challenge of effective time management. It’s harder toRead… Read more »