Forward-thinking public sector organizations realize that they're custodians of an enormously valuable resource: the data they collect through every-day operations. Here's the five key questions to consider when crafting an open data policy.
With the 2015 Cyber Risk Report, HP's leading team of researchers and analysts give you deep insight into the cyber vulnerabilities facing your agency and recommendations to keep your network and data secure.
Government faces a constant barrage of cyber attacks. This report provides insight into the cost of cybercrime, the cyber marketplace, and how you can break the attack lifecycle and better secure your agency.
Read this issue brief to find out how virtualization, enterprise mobility management and cloud computing can help state and local governments increase productivity, efficiency and security across the enterprise.
Verifying social media accounts and maintaining the associated digital records has become increasingly important for agencies across the country. This GovTech Social Webcast guide provides tips for your agency to consider for using social media in the public sector.
Are you short on budget but find your storage demands are growing? You aren't alone. Read this issue brief to find out how virtual storage area networks (SANs) can bring efficiencies and scalability to government, and are the first step in creating a software-defined data center.
State and local governments strive for efficiencies, reliability and cost savings at every corner - especially when it comes to data centers. Leading-edge technologies, business models and data center platforms are breathing new life into public sector data centers. While the conventional dedicated data center is still the dominate platform of choice in the public sector, it is no longer the only option. The most recent Center for D
In today's economic climate, municipal and regional governments are under more pressure than ever to deliver first-rate services while effectively maintaining and managing the critical, increasingly complex asset infrastructures that urban environments require.
With contributions from leading public sector innovators from across the country, this crowdsourced white paper explores how the Internet of Everything (IoE) is currently at work in communities today and peeks around the corner to see the new possibilities the IoE might unlock in the future. It also discusses the challenges - and potential solutions - city leaders might encounter as they move forward with IoE implementations.