In the current era of open government, any agency must focus on doing the public's business as transparently and as cost-effectively as possible. Whether an agency is working at the Federal, state, or local level, serving constituents and stakeholders is its first order of business.
In the face of intensyfying need to drive growth, retain customers, improve product offerings, reduce costs and gain operational improvements, companies must build new technology enabled business capabilities.
Mimecast removes spam and malware threats before they reach your network and enforces email content policies and secure communication methods to protect sensitive data. All inbound, outbound and internal email is stored in Mimecast's resilient and secure archive in accordance with centrally managed retention policies. Unique integration with Outlook and SharePoint offers users a bottomless mailbox and uninterrupted email should your corporate email systems fail.
Cloud has finally started to move beyond the hype and into the very fabric of today’s enterprise. Organizations around the world are gaining valuable insight into not only the potential benefits of cloud, but also the practical challenges of adopting these highly disruptive technologies.
In the current era of open government and tight budgets, Federal agencies must focus on doing the public's business as transparently and as cost effectively as possible. For Federal IT managers, OMB's Cloud First strategy holds great promise: on-demand access to shared computing services, provisioned on a scalable basis, and the ability to deliver solutions faster, more efficiently, and at a lower cost than custom-developed systems.
The State of Green IT in California: In this Thought-leadership Series interview, Teri Takai, Former CIO of the State of California and current CIO, Department of Defense, discusses the status of the State's IT reorganization plan, and outlines California's current and future green IT initiatives, including her biggest challenges.