Todd Simpson, the first chief product officer at HHS, wants to bring his department’s myriad independent agencies under one shared-services umbrella.
A Fuller View
Agencies may leverage CASB solutions to improve their visibility and oversight of cloud service use.
Agencies can reach out to remote employees and distant offices with clarity and security.
Agencies also get top marks for using those inventories to make cost-effective decisions.
Secure the Perimeter
Looking for ways to upgrade security, the Montgomery, Ala., base piloted a “smart base” program successful enough that it may become permanent.
Agencies can’t ignore updates, but planning can make regularly scheduled ones go smoothly.
With lightning-fast performance in tablet or notebook mode, this portable device provides speedy, safe computing.
Smart-speaker technology may make it easier for people to get answers to routine questions, and USCIS and SBA are piloting the tech.
The Doctor Will See You Now
Agencies work to bring video-based telehealth to patients wherever they may be — in their living room or on the front lines.
With NARA deadline looming, the Energy Department, Library of Congress and others turn to high-end scanners to convert files and keep offices organized.
It's Raining Data
Agencies with research labs use a host of providers to make information available to scientists outside government.
Enterprise mobility management tools help agencies create a comfortable user experience while simultaneously protecting information.
A New Path for Technology
From automation to security, the federal Cloud Smart policy takes the government on a journey to modernization.
As security becomes more automated, people who can come up with new ways of seeing solutions grow in importance.
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