The Challenges of Multiple Migrations
Once government agencies adopt Infrastructure as a Service, they face new challenges in public or hybrid cloud maintenance.
The latest from the virtualization giant supports 16 vCPUs on high-resolution monitors across many operating systems.
These five questions will help state and local government agencies through the planning and tool selection process for a Windows 10 migration.
The extra features of this appliance make it appealing to a state or local agency’s balance sheet.
Separate security tools can work collectively through an interoperability boost, centralized management or intelligence gathering.
Appealing to the Senses
While federal Section 508 regulations do not apply to state governments, agencies can do a lot to enable services for those with disabilities.
Resource Pools on Demand
With composable infrastructure, public sector systems that rely on legacy hardware can see improvements in efficiency and reductions in energy waste.
With testimony via telepresence, judges hear cases faster and defendants see less jail time.
With advanced endpoint protection, states deploy AI to gain greater visibility into cyberattacks.
Safety in Numbers
The centers consolidate state governments' IT security efforts, mitigate attacks and prepare tomorrow’s workforce.
Updating antiquated systems results in more efficient internal processes as well as faster response times for residents.
To improve constituent services and employee communication, agencies turn to video screens to broadcast information more efficiently.
Gaining advantages from the physical world, states and cities may collect data through the Internet of Things to improve services.
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