Read this issue brief by Center for Digital Government to learn how the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the County of San Diego are improving service delivery by managing information electronically. What benefits could ECM bring to your agency?
There is no reason why government agencies shouldn’t take advantage of all that smartphones have to offer. Employed efficiently, smartphones can address several organizational imperatives, including cost savings, greater mobility, increased telework options and sensitivity to environmental concerns. Continue reading to learn more.
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.
Information security practices of government organizations is at an all time high as attackers begin to focus on critical infrastructures and resources. This expert e-guide, presented by SearchSecurity.com, explores where government organizations need to direct their efforts in order to understand and properly mitigate critical threats.
This white paper highlights the benefits of scale-out NAS solution from EMC that can keep up with exponential data growth, increased regulations and compliance mandates. This solution provides the flexibility and availability that traditional storage approaches can't provide.
Learn how USB devices are used to transfer data, the federal government’s ban on USB devices and its impact, and how to effectively manage USB devices to secure data and networks without impacting productivity.
The IBM Analytics Solution Center in the Washington, DC area focuses on solving the business and mission problems of public sector agencies, and the U.S. Federal government through the use of analytics. Visit this center online and see how you too can gain access to useful information, industry experts, and technology to reach your mission goals.
This white paper explains how government IT can enjoy cloud capabilities while keeping existing IT investments and avoiding vendor lock-in. Explore how open source and application portability in the cloud and the relationships between technology providers are critical to building a successful cloud strategy.
Researchers found that by creating a dynamic IT environment- standardized, centralized, automated, and mobile-California can achieve a greener, more secure computing complex that improves productivity, delivering greater efficiency at a lower cost to taxpayers and the environment.