11AM PT, 2PM ET
The COVID-19 crisis dramatically illustrated the value of IT flexibility and resiliency. State and local agencies across the nation needed to rapidly virtualize their workforces and services to slow the spread of the virus while continuing vital government operations. In too many cases, legacy technologies made it difficult for agencies to launch, scale and secure remote work and other urgently needed initiatives. Now, as communities gradually enter the recovery phase, it’s time to consider how this experience shapes IT planning for what comes next.
Join us May 19 for an insightful discussion on how IT flexibility supports resiliency. Center for Digital Government Co-Director Teri Takai and David Egts, Chief Technologist for Red Hat's North America Public Sector organization, will explore how open source solutions can help agencies improve their ability to respond quickly to changing requirements while also driving cost savings. You’ll learn:
- Why flexibility is key to resiliency and business continuity
- How open source technologies enable flexibility in daily operations and during disruptive events
- How open source accelerates digital transformation and lowers costs