This guide examines the steps data-savvy government leaders can take to launch effective and equitable recovery
strategies. The strategies laid out in this guide can be carried forward to other facets of government initiatives with a
defined framework: identify a clear problem statement, gather the data you need to guide policies and decisions, and
leverage resources and partnerships to make the most of your work.
Today, more state and local governments are adopting cloud-based productivity tools such as Microsoft Office 365. Relying on Microsoft’s native backup capabilities isn’t enough to protect organizations from data loss. Instead, a third-party backup solution is critical to IT success.
If you want to go from one-off success to repeatable transformation, you need to identify the right skills, facilitate collaboration across organizations and stakeholders, and create a framework for reuse and scale. That’s what building a low-code app factory for your enterprise is all about. Explore this eBook to get started with best practices for lasting low-code success.
How can agencies forge a path toward
secure remote work during — and after —
the COVID-19 pandemic? Government and
industry leaders sat down at a recent summit
to discuss new challenges and best practices.
Crises leads to disruption. Unavailable essential supplies, contractions in spending, disruptions to supply
chains, and reduced availability of critical employees will create a rough sea for all boats. Greater
situational awareness can ensure preparedness, reduce effort spent on analyzing on-going emergencies,
distribute accurate information, and prioritize the most essential resource for any enterprise: your
people. Understanding the data is key in reducing the effort necessary for strategic understanding of
situational threats, and the action necessary to mitigate and/or respond to them.
To meet the high expectations of today’s government users, reduce development time of digital experiences, and eliminate potential security gaps, government agencies need to put employee, citizen, and other user identity front and center. In
order to accomplish this, public sector enterprises are employing modern Customer Identity and Access Management (CIAM) solutions.