11AM PT, 2PM ET
The recent move to remote work in response to COVID-19 broke down barriers in a short period of time. Long-held views on why remote work could not or would not be widespread are now gone and policies are being reviewed and rewritten to accommodate this change. But remote work can only be effective in the long term if applications and infrastructure are modernized to allow secure access to the processes and data needed to run government. States have seen the value of operating as a service in crisis response – from standing up new services rapidly or expanding services like call centers – it could only be done with different approaches and technologies.
As states move to the next normal, under tight budget constraints, they will be looking through a new lens where remote work is expected and digital services are required. This DSPI webinar will explore how ‘going remote’ will drive decisions and plans for moving to digital services. Please join us to hear state CIOs discuss questions like:
- Will the move to remote work drive cloud adoption at a faster pace?
- Where are the opportunities to utilize digital services?
- What is the impact on current data centers?
- What are the security considerations with the expansion of remote work and digital services?
- What are real-world examples of how states responded to COVID- with digital services?