As federal IT organizations make progress consolidating and modernizing their IT infrastructures, the impact of legacy platforms, technologies and traditional data centers still weighs heavy, along with each agency’s ability to attract and maintain the skill sets and applications needed to meet 21st century requirements.
If agency officials choose to retain aging platforms and legacy technologies, they tend to limit their ability to take advantage of industry innovations, including cloud computing, advanced analytics and increasingly capable mobile applications.
Meanwhile, employees, partners and constituents expect the public sector to offer the self-service flexibility and instant accessibility to government applications and services that they have become accustomed to from online retailers and other suppliers.
Download i360Gov's new special report for an overview of successful initiatives including:
- An overview of how Hanscom AFB reduced server numbers while increasing services.
- An overview of the U.S. Department of Agriculture's initiative that has already saved more than 40% in overall server energy consumption alone, and 25% in computer room air conditioning energy consumption.
- Tips and best practices for moving from data center consolidation to more flexible, trusted and optimized IT operations.
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