Cloud Computing: Bringing Local Government To The Cloud

What is cloud computing? Quite simply, cloud computing is the utilization of remote computer servers for the digital storage of important files, software, and more. Many state and local government IT leaders face significant challenges as they operate aging technology infrastructures in an era of increasing user demands. So with those challenges in mind, take a look at this roadmap for state and local governments as you consider options outside of your own IT infrastructure. If you’re still unsure if Cloud Computing is right for you, download our “Making the Transition to the Cloud” white paper to learn more about: The FedRAMP (Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program) Discover what email, disaster recovery files, GIS, and other data that is typically stored in the cloud storage CDW•G suggested cloud services, and cloud computing partners partners And much more!

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