How state and local agencies can jump-start cloud adoption

by • 1 month ago

ThunderCat and AWS executives on the best opportunities for early returns on investment using cloud services.

Despite consistency on priorities, state government is changing

by • 4 months ago

Though the top half of NASCIO’s annual priority list has remained relatively consistent, state and local government remains in a period of change.

Survey shows strong support for open-enterprise IT strategies with state and local agencies

by • 7 months ago

A StateScoop survey of 197 agency program and IT leaders shows that agencies are prioritizing cloud-enabled apps and managed services to modernize mission delivery.

Why organizations are ‘repatriating’ their data from the cloud

by • 7 months ago

The growing expense of moving data in and out of commercial clouds has CIOs looking at smarter alternatives. How a new modernization financing model can help.

Georgia's 'chief cloud officer' role could become a fixture in state government

by • 7 months ago

Dmitry Kagansky, Georgia's first chief cloud officer, could soon see counterparts appear in other states, said CIO Shawnzia Thomas.

Time to ‘get back to transformational stuff,’ says Rhode Island CIO

by • 7 months ago

The pandemic forced state government to respond to urgent needs, but now there's room for longer-term planning, says Rhode Island CIO Bijay Kumar.

How states can enable digital government services with multi-cloud adoption

by • 8 months ago

Public sector advisor Thomas Beck joins StateScoop in an exclusive interview to look at the state of multi-cloud adoption among state agencies.

How to optimize cloud-based ERP applications and reduce long-term costs

by • 8 months ago

Modernizing financial, HR and enterprise resource systems involves more than migrating to a software-as-a-service platform. It also requires expert help to get the best ROI.

Counties' concern over IT costs dropped during pandemic, survey will reveal

by • 11 months ago

An upcoming county IT report will show that cost controls were less important than acquiring the technologies needed to respond to COVID-19.