The move among government agencies to provide digital services is being driven both by consumer market forces and federal mandate. The office of federal CIO and the newly minted U.S. Digital Service even issued its own digital services playbook in 2015. This playbook provides agencies with a straightforward checklist and 13 detailed step-by-step instructions for moving to the digital services world. Download this informative article for a Forward Spin on where cloud trends are headed in 2016.
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Many government agencies are moving their data and applications to cloud servers, but many do not realize the planning and work that needs to be done before the migration actually begins. Download this article to learn more!
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The General Services Administration (GSA) and Department of Homeland Security (DHS) are among the agencies embracing cloud computing to extend their enterprise and help foster innovative approaches to developing new IT services. In this digital dialogue, you will find more on the lessons learned, and benefits of cloud computing, including how to best incorporate this solution into your organization.
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Federal agencies have made progress over the past decade in preparing their systems and networks to keep pace with technological advances, but there is always more to be done. Agencies are under pressure to keep their networks accessible to employees and more secure than ever before. Download this article to look at some of the technological trends that will be affecting government agencies.
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