Governments should take advantage of hybrid cloud
Hybrid cloud technologies are becoming more popular as modes of storing and utilizing data in both the private and public sectors.
Why some governments aren’t using the cloud properly
A new study from Bain & Company suggests enterprises are not properly utilizing the cloud.
A new form of cloud computing is gaining popularity
Cloud computing is changing again and governments need to be aware of what this change is, and how it can affect their existing cloud infrastructure.
Updated government data centers lead to better utilization
Local and state governments have a few disadvantages regarding technology compared to the federal government - money and resources.
Agencies see benefits from virtualizing within the cloud
Cloud computing with virtualization could mean serious advantages for government agencies.
Technology investment benefits federal, state and local governments
Technology like unified communications systems and cloud computing can save government agencies money.
Where next for the cloud and government?
Cloud computing is currently going through exponential growth.
Cloud computing for local government is just as useful as enterprise clouds
It’s not just businesses that are moving to the cloud.
The cloud set for a big innovation boom
The cloud, like the Internet of the early 2000s, is set for a big innovation boom.
Saving money in the cloud is possible but requires vigilance
Most organizations that are interested in moving to the cloud are at least partially motivated by the savings it offers.