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January 25th, 2016
Salesforce is working with agencies to simplify communication with citizens. State and local agencies are achieving communicative clarity by embracing the cloud–more specifically, implementing cloud-based solutions that make it easier to listen and adapt.
- Application Delivery, Citizen Service, Cloud, Constituent Engagement, Customer Experience, Government of Canada, Salesforce, SLG, State and Local Government
December 21st, 2015
Cloud computing provides potential for federal agencies to invest in enterprise-level software, ensuring they use adaptive, agile and compliant solutions.
- Acquia, Alfresco, Cloud, Cloud Computing, FedRAMP, FITARA, JBoss, Open Source, OpenShift, OpenStack, Red Hat
December 9th, 2015
FedRAMP is addressing the delay in approval with better education of vendors and agencies alike as to what documentation is needed for an ATO.
December 1st, 2015
Cloud promises efficiency and cost savings of about $5 billion annually, resonating with everyone in government, but other concerns can stall the adoption.
November 13th, 2015
In 2012, FedRAMP certification was created to help agencies meet cloud-first mandates with an eye towards modernizing government IT through cost savings and efficiency. The program’s concept and purpose was to greenlight technologies that meet government security, accessibility, and other standards to ease the acquisition of cloud adoption.
June 17th, 2015
Adobe recently released a thoughtful blog post about the benefits of cloud in government. While it may seem like this topic has been fully addressed in the media and by the vendor community, a recent study showed that the messages are not resonating with a large portion of government IT professionals.
May 27th, 2015
While security concerns have long been named as the long pole in the tent in terms of cloud adoption, we’re seeing more and more mention of accountability as a key question in how and what to move to the cloud. Federal buyers in particular want to know how vendors will support them if and when things go wrong.
May 5th, 2015
Red Hat’s Chief Strategist for Red Hat US Public Sector, Gunnar Hellekson recently sat down with American City and County Magazine to talk about the current state of cloud use in government.