Federal and state leaders laud the benefits of a hybrid cloud approach
Government leaders share how they are strategically moving certain applications to a hybrid cloud environment to reduce data migration costs and improve mission services.
Benefits for organizations leveraging a hybrid cloud environment
U.S. Public Sector Chief Technology Officer Bill Burnham of Hewlett Packard Enterprise explains the cost-saving benefits and elasticity of moving cloud capabilities to the edge.
SBA’s CTO on how the agency is pioneering data usage for AI and cybersecurity
Sanjay Gupta discusses the Small Business Administration’s short- and long-term goals as the agency continues to accelerate cloud-based service adoption at large.
NARA’s Deputy CIO on the cost advantages of hybrid cloud
National Archives and Records Administration’s Sheena Burrell on how the agency benefits from the scalability and affordability of hybrid cloud for large archival initiatives.
Tech advisor John Evans on the benefits of cloud-as-a-service versus traditional cloud
WWT’s chief technology advisor says agencies with requirements for low latency networking or data locality can look to CaaS to help better unify data and make real-time decisions.
New Jersey’s CTO discusses the state’s evolving hybrid cloud strategies
Christopher Rein says the state is focused on getting the best ROI for modernization mission services by focusing on application development in the cloud.