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One of the most gruesome tragedies in Connecticut history might have been prevented if law enforcement could have shared criminal justice information more effectively. In 2007, two parolees raped and murdered a mother and her two young daughters during a home invasion in Cheshire, CT. After the murders, it was discovered that a sentencing transcript, in which a judge described one of the suspects as a “calculated, cold-blooded predator,” never reached the parole board.
The communication lapse that could have prevented these fatal killings, reveals the very problem that the Criminal Justice Information Services Division was developed to solve: how can government entities protect their most valuable data while keeping it easily accessible?
While this problem remains as relevant as ever, many law enforcement and criminal justice organizations still struggle to find cost-effective, compliant ways to share their most critical info. Understanding the background and requirements of CJIS is the first step toward finding a solution.
In this Google for Work collection, we harness the collective experience of Google CIO Ben Fried and Google Director of Security for Google Apps for Work Eran Feigenbaum, along with other industry and government pacesetters. Together, they discuss two topics that are on the mind of every technologist concerned with transforming government:
- Cloud computing, open data, and mobile technology
- Busting cloud security myths
Read on to learn about the evolving role of the government CIO and how IT is becoming an agent of transformation, not only for business, but also for local, regional, and national governments worldwide.
More than 5 million businesses have chosen Google Apps
for Business and 58% of the Fortune 500 are actively using a paid, enterprise
product from Google. Google Apps has a large international customer base
representing over 50% of our business customers. We understand that our
customers have varying regulatory needs, and Google Apps helps address these
diverse requirements by providing robust security, compliance and data
protection capabilities. Google has industry-leading knowledge and expertise
building secure cloud infrastructure and applications at scale.
Google Apps for Work can improve collaboration and communication and help save costs along with enhancing workforce mobility. Google commissioned Forrester Consulting to conduct a Total Economic Impact™ (TEI) study and examine the potential return on investment (ROI) enterprises may realize by deploying Google Apps for Work. The purpose of this study is to provide readers with a framework to evaluate the potential financial impact of Google Apps for Work on their organizations.