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i360Gov Knowledge Center: Webcasts

Going Hybrid: How Cloud-Driven Databases Improve Speed and Performance – with Optimal Security

Tue, November 13th, 2018 at 2:00pm EST

The most important asset government agencies have – besides their people – is their data. As agencies move to the cloud, many have focused on maximizing their IT investments to increase database performance and integration, while strengthening their security...

Public Sector IT Trends and How as-a-Service is Simplifying Government Procurement & IT Management

Thu, November 15th, 2018 at 2:00pm EST

Gain insights from industry experts in federal, state and local government on the biggest IT trends expected for 2019 and how organizations can better prepare to meet modernization objectives. Learn how the as-a-Service financial model is impacting IT modernization efforts and discover how others have used this model to...

Top Barriers to a Digital Government

Digital leadership in today's government is a must. From major federal departments to small agencies, government is modernizing the way they do business with staff, suppliers and citizens. Even still, while the US Army, USDA and GSA are using esignatures...