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Communication You Can Count On

One doesn’t have to look past the latest newspaper headline to know how critical the role of emergency responders is to the protection and safety of our communities. However, challenges, mainly when it comes to communication, often stand in the way of first responders performing their jobs effectively. Government Technology spoke with Scot Smith, industry solutions manager/engineer at Sprint, about how Sprint’s innovative layered approach to communications is providing emergency response agencies with more than just interoperability — and completely revolutionizing the way first responders collaborate and serve the public.


Everything-as-a-Service and its Impact on the Future of Government

Download CDG’s Annual Thought Leadership Paper to learn more about what this shift entails, the benefits it will bring and how CIOs can prepare for its impact.

How Printers Can Be a Weak Link in Government Networks

This paper discusses the potential security risks and highlights measures public sector organizations can implement to improve the security of current and future printer deployments.

Vacant Properties: How to Leverage E-Government to Combat This Scourge

This white paper examines the factors that have contributed to this rise in vacant properties as well as its economic and public safety implications. It then delves into how municipalities are using the legislative and technological tools at their disposal to ensure a brighter future.

How to Achieve Best Value vs. Best Price in Public Sector Print Environments

This issue brief examines some of the challenges organizations face when purchasing print and document management solutions, and offers best practices for selecting and procuring devices and services. Read the full brief to learn how organizations can still work within existing budgets while getting the best value for today and the years ahead.

Targeting Tax Fraud with Advanced Analytics

Governments have to work hard to keep tax fraud from taking a significant bite from their revenues, but traditional methods for examining refunds and finding fraud can be labor intensive and inefficient. Read this case study to learn how a data warehouse and a set of sophisticated analytics models help Maryland halt more tax scams, speeding refunds to honest taxpayers.

Three Reasons to Use an All-Flash Array

Government just got an upgrade: With lighting fast performance, unparalleled simplicity, and non-disruptive upgrades, why continue to invest in legacy storage? Download Three Reasons to Use an All-Flash Array and learn why all-flash storage is the very foundation for future innovation.

Flash Storage Buyer's Guide

The industry has finally agreed that all-flash is the future of storage. As you evaluate your options, check out the Flash Storage Buyer's Guide. Learn all you need to know about flash memory - the different classes of all-flash storage, buying criteria and tips for avoiding potential pitfalls in the selection process.

IDC: Pure Storage Introduces a New Technology Upgrade Model with Evergreen Storage

This IDC White Paper assesses Pure Storage's Evergreen Storage concept, reviewing both existing approaches and this new approach in terms of their impacts on customers and their business and financial implications. Learn from IDC whether this new model could bring cost savings to your organization as you enjoy the benefits of all-flash.

IDC MarketScape Inaugural Report on All-Flash Arrays

This report gives essential buyer guidance for flash storage solutions along with a vendor summary profile, which highlights vendors’ strengths and challenges. It also offers insights into their detailed methodology, market definition and scoring criteria for the IDC MarketScape positioning. A great read for anyone evaluating all-flash storage.

When Flash Makes All the Difference: A Look at Three Common Use Cases in Education

Read this whitepaper to find out how Pure Storage can provide the backbone of your future by solving three critical use cases in education.
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