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March 18th, 2016
Over the past several years, government has felt the pressure from citizens to use mobile for communication. In response, the public sector was able to quickly brainstorm ways to tap into widespread mobile usage and communicate outbound messages to citizens.
March 11th, 2016
At this year’s Adobe Digital Government Assembly, Michel Laviolette, Senior Director of the Web Standards Office at the Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat, shared how digital service teams across the Government of Canada worked together to revamp the government’s main portal, Canada.ca, in order to better serve citizens.
February 22nd, 2016
At a recent government technology event, Peter Coffee, Vice President for Strategic Research at Salesforce, discussed the intersection of technology and behavior in building engaged and connected communities.
February 17th, 2016
The Government of Canada’s fiscal year ends on March 31, so the push for IT managers to spend their remaining dollars on solutions that will improve the efficiency and productivity within their organization is on. The challenges IT managers face this year are very familiar; increasingly, agencies and organizations are being asked to do more with less, dealing with legacy systems, and transitioning to a mobile infrastructure.
- Adobe, Good Powered by Blackberry, Good Technology, Government of Canada, Red Hat, Salesforce, ServiceNow
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 Engagement, Citizen Experience, Citizen Service, Cloud, Government of Canada, Salesforce
January 15th, 2016
Winter weather won’t impact the drive time or route for Adobe’s webinar series, “Navigating the Digital Highway,” taking place from January 25-29, 2016. This week-long series showcases real-world examples of how both government and commercial organizations are approaching the growing demands of customers and internal initiatives with digital tools and solutions.
December 16th, 2015
With government becoming more active users of open source technologies, containers are the next big trend popping up in federal IT shops. The container moniker is used because the technology approach is similar to what the shipping industry has done. Today, containers full of diverse goods are stacked upon one another and shipped on a single platform, be that a ship or a train. That same principle is now being applied to open source applications.
December 8th, 2015
DevOps is the shortened form of Development and Operations; it’s a practice of software development that emphasizes communication and collaboration between software developers and the wider IT operations team to enable the quicker and more effective release of technology.
November 17th, 2015
In government technology, structural and cultural change in people, process, and technology must occur to make IT more productive and efficient. At Red Hat’s Government Symposium, the Red Hat team took these core tenants to heart, exploring the journey from dev to ops with a strong focus on the cultural factors of institutional change as it relates to growing open source adoption in the public sector.