Government News Roundup – March 2018
February 27, 2018
TIC-Tock: New Federal Deadlines Ahead
The increase in cloud usage and mobility of the federal workforce is putting a serious strain on the aging TIC infrastructure. To meet the modernization deadlines, steps must be taken today to ensure the security of government data while providing the performance needs of the workforce.
Look beyond efficiency when it comes to cloud
Savings, increased efficiency, and mobility are the primary reasons agencies give for moving to the cloud, but one objective is routinely missed: innovation.
Five Best Practices for Agencies Transitioning to the Cloud
SBA’s Maria Rout, CIO, shares five tips to help Agencies have a smooth transition to cloud services.
A Smarter Approach to the Cloud
Last December, Federal leaders gathered together to discuss the latest developments and experiences with migrating to cloud solutions. Here’s what they had to say:
How Local Governments can Capitalize on Real-Time Communications
State and Local agencies are under the same scrutiny to modernize communications solutions, and Real-Time Communications solutions could solve this challenge.
Here’s What Technology State and Local Governments Bought in 2017
State and local agencies are buying more and moving towards modernization. What areas made the top of the list?
Emerging Tech Finds Its Place Serving Citizens
Meeting the needs of a large metropolitan area is challenging, but one that Los Angeles is taking head-on.
5 Major Cities Lacking IT Leaders
These metropolitan areas are suddenly finding themselves without a Chief Information Officer. Which ones are impacted?