IT modernization advances the mission objectives of government organizations around the world. From large federal departments to local public safety bureaus, digital transformation initiatives move agencies toward more secure, agile, and cost-effective infrastructure and applications, empowering workers and citizens.
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As companies make the move to the public cloud, they also discover that managing and maintaining cloud and hybrid environments efficiently and effectively adds complexity. If you’re considering the public cloud for the delivery of virtual desktops and applications, it’s vital to understand the challenges and choose the right solution to fit your business needs.
Cloud computing is making the federal government’s IT processes more efficient and more responsive to citizens. To help agencies overcome technical hurdles and procurement challenges that can slow transition to the cloud, the federal government has developed key mechanisms to smooth the journey, including the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP), the Department of Defense Cloud (DoD) Computing Security Requirements Guide (SRG), and the Cloud Smart strategy, among others.
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Many government organizations that have migrated workloads to the cloud are eager to continue the journey toward greater efficiency, agility and cost savings. Yet the way forward isn’t always clear. To begin, increase visibility by understanding the resources you have and how you are using them – insights that will move you in the right direction and away from potential setbacks.
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Selection of the right platform helps agencies to manage migrations to the cloud. The right platform provides insight into how a move to cloud affects the performance of applications, during and after the move, illuminating how agencies are meeting their missions and mandates to use cloud computing and improve the user experience.
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