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Amazon Web Services (AWS) announced the winners of the inaugural State and Local Government (SLG) Champions Awards at the AWS Imagine Conference in Sacramento, California. The Champions program celebrates public sector agencies whose work empowers innovation and transformation in education and government using the AWS Cloud.
From July 11-12, 2023, the IMAGINE: Education, State, and Local Leaders conference from Amazon Web Services (AWS) gathered public sector leaders from around the world in Sacramento, California to reimagine the future of state and local government and education. Learn some of the highlights from the keynote.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) announced a new nationwide cooperative contract for AWS services, including AWS Marketplace, through OMNIA Partners. The Software Marketplace and Related Cloud Services cooperative contract is available to OMNIA Partners participating agencies, including state and local government agencies, public and private K12 school districts, and higher education organizations.
To identify high performing operations and support those in need of improvement, decision-makers need real-time data in formats that are simple to interpret and understand.
The City of Canton worked with Wi-Fiber to migrate from a 300 Mbps network environment to a 100 Gbps capability through AWS Direct Connect via Wi-Fiber’s private network service anchored at the Cologix Data Center in Columbus, Ohio.
To support governments in meeting these needs, Amazon Web Services (AWS) announced Continuity of Government IT on AWS (CGIT), a comprehensive cloud-based solution guide that enables governments to protect their digital assets and services during disruptions of any kind.
Cloud technology is transforming the way organizations use data to make decisions, provide services to communities, and collaborate across departments and business processes.
The recent Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Criminal Justice Information Services (CJIS) Security Policy update contains important cloud computing language that aligns with the Amazon Web Services (AWS) approach to building CJIS compliant solutions.
After a major flood in 2016 knocked out their 911 system, Livingston decided to use the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Cloud to become resilient against disaster, reducing service interruptions and improving response times.
The rise in cybersecurity threats means city, county, and education leaders must consider how best to protect constituent and student data, financial information, services, and more.
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