Assembling the right team for a digital transformation project is critical. Transformation is a team sport - it requires experience, knowledge and the ability to influence and work with others. In this infographic, we help you figure out who needs to be on your digital transformation team and what are the key skills for each team member.
Around the globe, we’ve witnessed how cybercriminals can create chaos during election cycles by disqualifying legitimate voters, corrupting voter data and launching denial-of-service attacks. In recent years, U.S. elections have come under continuous assault. See this white paper to learn about the security challenges this causes for the country.
This presentation transcript addresses the key challenges new CIOs face, their priorities in the role, how they can balance legacy systems with the need to drive change, and more.
This paper details SAP's range of public sector solutions, designed specifically to assist government agencies in proactively monitoring their current and future spending. Learn how to get a better handle on unspent funds such as unliquidated obligations (ULOs) by drilling into layers of data to create accurate reports and projections in real time.
Government agencies have begun to follow private-sector companies in leveraging social media, but may still have questions regarding the tools, processes, and organizational changes required to make social media work. This informative resource details the five top considerations for government agencies looking to deploy social media strategies.
SAP analytics solutions can help today's government agencies overcome the many challenges associated with tax discovery. Read on to learn how SAP's public sector software solutions can benefit government agencies by improving performance, reducing costs and streamlining service delivery.
In this resource, explore the evolving trends in the public sector landscape, and what this means for information governance and security. Learn how crucial it is to prevent data leakage for the sake of regulations and citizens' trust.