FEATURED PAPER Making the Case for Government Technology Investment READ MORE

Making the Case for Government Technology Investment

Technology is a critical component of government’s ability to improve performance, but economic factors are forcing a re-examination of which tools offer the greatest benefits at the lowest costs. Read this Special Report for research and analysis about the technologies that are providing jurisdictions like yours the biggest bang for their buck. READ MORE
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Why Expand to Cloud: Hybrid Cloud Market Research

Nearly half of large enterprises polled have deployed a private cloud service, and only 11% have no plans to do so through 2014. While actual hybrid cloud computing deployments are rare, nearly three-fourths of large enterprises expect to have hybrid deployments by 2015.
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Cloud Adoption: Hybrid Is the Future

New IDG survey finds more and more organizations are embracing or planning to embrace hybric cloud as part of their IT strategy.
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Standardize to Increase Stability, Reliability, and Efficiency for Less

The cost of server management has increased 335% over the last decade, and will continue to grow. Standardize your infrastructure to reduce management costs, gain efficiencies, and strengthen your IT foundation.
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Standardized Operating Environments for IT Efficiency

Boost productivity, increase uptime, and enhance business agility by standardizing your IT environment.
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Developing a Holistic Strategy for Migrating to an IP-enabled Network

Government agencies recognize the benefits of an IP-based network architecture, including greater network flexibility and improved citizen service delivery, yet many do not have a strategy in place to transition to a converged network. Download this guide and learn how states and government agencies are developing a strategic plan for migrating to an IP-enabled network.
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How Water, Waste and Energy Systems Shape Our Future

Our cities are massive, interconnected systems marked by complexity. But often the most crucial components of urban life are overlooked because they happen underground or out of view. In this edition of FutureStructure, we examine three of these critical systems – water, waste and energy.
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How Networks Help Rural Hospitals Provide Better Care [Issue Brief]

Find out how rural health care providers can take advantage of new funding streams to upgrade their networks and improve the service and care they provide their communities.
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GIS and the Rising Importance of "Where" in Government

Find out how GIS, geospatial technologies and location-based apps are lowering costs, improving decision-making, spurring collaboration and more in every type of government agency.
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IBM's Next-Generation Smart City Solutions

With the launch of its next-generation smart city solutions, IBM has directed its thinking toward three main themes, which are tailored for cities, holistic in their execution, and interconnected. These are: Planning and Management, Infrastructure Planning, and Human Services.
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Enhanced Cybersecurity Services Give Government a New Tool in Fighting Cyber Attacks

Protecting critical infrastructure against evolving cyber threats requires a layered, dynamic approach - one that evolves to confront new technologies and threats. CenturyLink, in an innovative private-public partnership with the Department of Homeland Security, can offer government agencies enhanced cybersecurity services to add an extra layer of protection. Download to find out more.