The future of work for state and local governments
Cisco’s Marc Moffett discusses how state and local agencies can offer flexibility to their workforce, and address challenges around security and connectivity.
Strategies to drive better outcomes from existing security programs
Security advisor Wendy Nather discusses a recent study correlating key security strategies to statistically greater program outcomes — and what that means to state leaders.
Using modern authentication controls to mitigate fraud risks
Fraud can quickly drain state and local agency resources. However, with modern authentication controls, CIOs and CISOs can mitigate fraud and security risks.
Sonoma County officials gain notable efficiencies with e-signature tool
IT leaders in Sonoma County targeted key user groups to demonstrate the time-saving effectiveness of an e-signature solution to win broader adoption.
With SASE, less means more for modern security outcomes
Palo Alto Networks executive discusses why secure access service edge (SASE) can reduce complexity and improve security for government’s remote workforce.
The value of data to inform modern technology investments
The pandemic uncovered many agencies’ greatest vulnerabilities in delivering citizen services, but modern data platforms can help leaders create better investment strategies.
Are states relenting on municipal broadband during the pandemic?
More states are relaxing limits on municipally controlled broadband networks as the health crisis drags on, raising the need for high-speed internet service.
Looking beyond COVID-19 to build a digital government
While the pandemic boosted modernization and digital services projects in government, agencies need to leverage that momentum beyond the crisis.
How to strengthen security concerns despite budget constraints
The coming year does not look promising for state budgets, but agencies can turn to managed services to lower costs and improve security.