Real-time data collected on dashboards allows policymakers to quickly track the spread of the disease across villages and take steps to disease prevention.
Areas such as marketing, fleet management, event planning, city planning, insurance, and auto repair can benefit immensely from data connected cars provide.
Public leaders have no choice but to consider these workforce realities when creating and executing their workforce strategies. Here's what's at stake.
Smart cities are transforming, and it’s happening through the Internet of Things (IoT) – connecting urban infrastructure to people.
The Village of Schaumburg claims to be the largest center for economic development in the state of Illinois outside of Chicago – with the help of the cloud.
While shared services are used at local and government entities, the notion has gained less traction at large public sector organizations ‒ until now.
With an abundance of demands competing for budget, how do you identify which will bring the most value to our citizens? Simple. By starting with them.
How can federal government agencies make progress when their legacy systems make sharing information difficult? The answer lies in simplification.
Big Data provides an opportunity to transform government through greater insight – ultimately better serving the constituency, society, and the world.
Governments need the technology of tomorrow to act for the betterment of their citizens – requiring innovative thinking and a shift from process automation.