States can lead the way in implementing safeguards with a handful of best practices.
Scale Productivity at Home
This solution maintains the security and productivity of government work-from-home users.
With two servers, administrators can boost uniformity for workers remotely or in the office.
Workplace on the Go
Cloud-based solution allows employees and contractors alike to access tools from anywhere.
With upgraded speed and extended battery life, the tablet proves a perfect fit for workers away from home offices.
Shelter from the Storm
The software provides a first line of defense against internet threats for government workers in the office or working remotely.
View from the Top
State and local governments can use software-defined networking to explore less expensive and more secure options by leaving traditional protocols behind.
A Refreshing Change
Upgrading network hardware may result in increased reliability and improved security.
Evidence On the Go
Law enforcement takes advantage of the latest tools, from body-worn cameras to speech recognition software, to enhance hands-free mobility.
Shared information and resources become key to cybersecurity protection of voting systems.
Divide and Defend
Segmenting state IT networks contains the scope of security when many state employees are working from home.
A Win-Win Scenario
The strongest remote collaboration tech also enhances productivity for agencies when employees are in-house.
A Valuable Opportunity
Government workers see familiar threats, but managers can train them to defend networks from anywhere.