Amid increasing natural disasters and cybersecurity threats, state and local governments need business continuity plans to minimize disruptions to employees, citizens and IT resources.
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Moving to software-defined networking (SDN) can help defense agencies improve mission responsiveness and decrease costs. Learn how.
Learn how to create a secure space to roam the internet at your agency.
By now, many agencies are ready to modernize but they are not sure how to do so most effectively. Check out what these experts have to say about implementing an IT modernization plan at your agency.
The digital transformation of government has begun. The major driving forces in this transformation are cloud, mobility, big data analytics, the Internet of Things – and respective security concerns. Learn how your agency can get ready for the digital future.
By fully using cloud and mobility services, organizations prepare for the next phase of government operations and take advantage of all that technology has to offer.
Creating a vision of health care technology that can support the health of all Americans in smart and efficient ways is no easy task. Though much progress has been made across the health IT market, several challenges still remain – everything from dealing with cybersecurity and interoperability issues to health care modernization and more.
Learn how to combat cybersecurity threats.
Is there anyone at the state government level who is involved with disaster recovery implementation and testing? I’d be especially interesting in hearing from people in DHSS. Here’s the deal in a nutshell. Delaware Health & Social Services (and more broadly, Delaware state government in general) contracts with a private company to help us with… Read more »
Power IT Down Day is less than a month away – and we’re still hoping to drive as many people as possible to sign up at PowerITDown.org to commit to turning off their IT equipment for the weekend of August 26th. If saving energy in your home or office is not enough to entice you… Read more »