Cloud Computing - the Path to Increased Efficiencies and Cost Savings for Government Agencies

Cloud computing is undergoing rapid adoption by government agencies. Deciding which cloud model offers the best fit depends on the critical nature of the workload and how security and compliance requirements will be handled. Whether a cloud is public, private, or a hybrid, the key to success is creating an appropriate infrastructure in which all resources can be efficiently utilized and shared. 

Discover how NetApp is addressing the challenges of government agencies moving to private, public and hybrid cloud models with a shared storage infrastructure. Read this informative paper to learn more.

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Cities: A Growing Challenge

See how forward-thinking cities are taking the initiative to use data to make smarter decisions about how to run their services and plan their infrastructure all while serving citizens better and at a lower per-capita cost. Also learn about how a new integrated permitting solution from IBM and Infor is improving citizen satisfaction and cutting internal administration for one major US city.
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Vision and Value of a Connected Government

Government is in the midst of a profound transformation, powered by innovative ideas and a commitment to do better. The new model puts citizens first and agencies out in front of needs – anticipating, personalizing, and delivering intelligent services when, where, and to whom they are needed. Download our white paper and find out how Salesforce is leading today's transformation.
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Trouble Achieving CJIS Compliance?

Read this paper to find out how your agency can best identify a vendor partner that will help you comply with new federal security standards for accessing criminal justice information.
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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.
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Essential Questions Government Leaders Should Ask When Choosing an ECM System [Issue Brief]

Given the power of an ECM system to transform work, decisions and services for government, it’s important to carefully evaluate available solutions. This brief lists critical questions government leaders should ask before making an investment.
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Boosting Governments' Social Media Presence

Find out how Hollywood, Fla., has not only significantly grown its social media presence, but achieved it in a way that simplifies future public records requests.
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Is Your IT Team Plagued with Password Recovery Requests?

Robust security measures are critical in government at all levels – but passwords and the support required by IT to manage passwords can drain productivity. Read on to see how the city of Houston overcame this challenge and is on track to recapture the time of three IT employees that was once spent on password recovery tasks.
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Improving Emergency Response with Digital Communications

Saginaw County, Mich., increases interoperability, communication and collaboration with a digital voice and data network, as well as modern computer-aided dispatch.
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Should Government Invest in Better Recruitment Strategies? [Infographic]

Government agencies already have staff shortages, and now Baby Boomer retirement is in full swing. This infographic highlights some important workforce statistics and how public sector agencies are faring.
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5 Questions to Ask When Creating Your Open Data Policy

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.
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