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Cloud, AI skills top list of talent needs for federal government CIOs, report finds

by Julia Weaver

Federal IT leaders foresee a significant need for a wide range of IT skills at their agencies over the next two years, with the greatest demand expected for specialists in cloud networking and application development, artificial intelligence, data analysis and enterprise engineering, according to a new survey. The rapid evolution of cloud-based computing services, the need to meet citizens’ digital services expectations and the explosive growth of data are placing…

Fun and games can raise cybersecurity awareness in state government

by Ryan Johnston

North Carolina's capture-the-flag exercise is extending cybersecurity concerns beyond the office of the chief information officer.

Innovative state agencies replicate commercial sector gains in cloud migration journey

by StateScoop Staff

Cloud experts discuss innovation, small wins and better partnerships following a report on state agencies’ progress in moving to the cloud.

Workforce skills gap slowing cloud readiness for mission critical services

by WorkScoop Staff

If government wants to focus next steps to the cloud for its mission critical services, it will need help provisioning virtual data centers, cloud specialists say.

How to reduce IT friction and better serve first responders

by StateScoop Staff

For police, fire and other emergency management personnel, IT and communications systems need to work fast, be interoperable and free of IT friction. The most urgent IT needs facing public safety officials today include streamlining data access, increasing productivity of the workforce and improving access and connectivity for first responders, according to state and local officials in a new report. Produced by StateScoop and underwritten by VMware, the report profiles…

Improving government productivity by reducing IT friction

by WorkScoop Staff

VMware's Robert Ruelas suggests a user-centric approach that reduces frustration, improves security and increases productivity.

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