After passing medical marijuana legislation last year, the state is looking for a system to help it with regulation and oversight.
The Farm Service Agency is using the Salesforce Service Cloud to give staff access to an expanded network of programs, experts or financial help for farmers.
Migration mistakes run from from insufficient due diligence and security policies to forgetting the laws of physics.
The Government Accountability Office outlined key practices that can help agencies ensure cloud services are performed effectively, efficiently, and securely.
Skimping on planning, product research and testing, starting with overly ambitious goals and failing to manage internal politics and stakeholders are all recipes for failure.
A new security solution lets government agencies share data via cryptographically secure containers.
San Francisco’s transit agency is using Nutanix’s enterprise cloud solution to improve service delivery and reduce its data center footprint.
As a man famously reluctant to use computers, President Donald Trump must lead a government that is ever more reliant on technology for service delivery and national security.
To get the maximum value out of a cloud investment, agencies must ensure that the system is actually used.
The agency wants to make the Department of Defense Information Network more efficient by standardizing tools and improving cloud compatibility.
Agencies can gain visibility and insight into their networks and infrastructure to ensure they are operating efficiently across the board.
The high baseline approval will allow Amazon Web Services to handle and store data that, if compromised, could severely hurt organizational operations, assets or people.
SADA Systems’ Atom is a cloud-based solution for managing and tracking regional road structure assets, projects and field personnel.
Cloud providers haven't managed to completely persuade the government IT community that they can provide the necessary controls to ensure security and prove regulatory compliance.