Navigating the New Government Network: The Top Five Priorities for Public Sector IT Leaders
In an era of slashed budgets and skyrocketing expectations for citizen services, state and local governments are counting on network-delivered solutions to bridge the gap. Cloud services, big data, internet of things, social networking and mobile applications offer powerful opportunities to enhance productivity, reduce costs, accelerate innovation and improve service delivery. However, public-sector information technology leaders understand that implementing these advanced solutions dramatically increases performance requirements.
Government IT leaders rank managing bandwidth growth as one of their top challenges.* Read this white paper and learn about the top five priorities for the current year identified by public sector CIOs. Additionally, you’ll find out how “smart city” network-centric apps are improving trash collection and water system management as well as reducing traffic congestion. Identify what it takes to deliver a new government network that meets demanding application performance requirements.
* “Accelerating Government Transformation with Network Modernization,” Ciena and GovLoop, August 2015
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