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Focusing on costs limits agencies' ability to see how the cloud can accelerate agility and productivity.
With higher speeds and lower latency, 5G networks will transform how government operates.
With miles of unused fiber optic cables beneath their streets, some cities are tapping into their high-speed networks to deliver next-generation solutions for education, health care and economic development.
Amazon Web Services announced two cloud-based services for organizations that want to create and manage scalable blockchain networks.
Amazon announced a number of services that can help public-sector agencies take better advantage of machine learning, robotics and satellite management.
The general formula for cloud security is to determine the risks, mitigate them and then keep constant vigilance to spot and stop threats.
State and local governments are incorporating both emerging and established technologies into their crisis response plans to fight the opioid epidemic.
The time has come for some budget controls to push agencies to look to the cloud, shared services and third party co-location for application and data hosting, Federal CIO Suzette Kent says.
Cloud-based services allow agencies to offer digitally savvy residents consumer-grade experiences.
Agencies can often use the equipment they have to experiment with artificial intelligence, but they may want to opt for high-performance computers for applications that need greater compute power and scalability.
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