Government News Roundup – January 2018
January 11, 2018
With the advent of the New Year, theories and predictions for the coming year dominate the blogs and forums of government analysts and pundits alike. Below is a collection of our favorites.
IT modernization, Cybersecurity, and standards for IoT top the list of GovTech Works trends for the coming year.
Report from the White House lays out a blueprint to accelerate the Governments move to cloud services.
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An executive order is tying the security of federal IT systems and networks with IT Modernization, and this has the potential to accelerate the speed of adoption of cloud services.
In this podcast, leaders from both Michigan and Illinois discuss the cloud strategies being employed and how the technology addresses their state’s challenge.
Cloud solutions are helping state and local governments to improve usability and security of their systems while simultaneously reducing budgets.
In this podcast from State Scoop, technology leaders from Alaska, Hawaii, and Ohio discuss their budget environments and how they are working to fund technological advances for their state.
In a state that spends the most annually on technology, California is rethinking the way it protects itself against cyber threats with the creation of a special committee on security.
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