April 12, 2021

Government Technology webinar - update for the week of April 12, 2021

How Vallejo Boosted Economic Development in a Post-Pandemic Economy
Leaders from the city of Vallejo, Calif. explore the business challenges faced by the city and how a mission critical, cloud-platform solution was implemented to enable residents to do business with the city electronically, reduce call volumes and decrease processing backlogs, and boost economic development during a time of growing fiscal uncertainty. Watch Now

How King County Took a Hybrid Cloud Approach to Modernization
Most government leaders recognize the value cloud can bring to their organizations. However, they also realize that shutting down to undertake a wholesale cloud migration isn’t realistic. Instead, they must follow a hybrid approach — taking a series of incremental, bite-sized steps toward cloud migration while continuing to manage on-premises data centers, applications and other legacy systems. Watch Now

Using DevOps Metrics to Effectively Contain Costs
The current economic climate has severely impacted budgets. Reducing institutional costs and increasing efficiencies will be a top priority in 2021 and beyond. This webinar will take a deep dive into cost control strategies that can simultaneously help government organizations accelerate their digital modernization efforts. Watch Now

High-Velocity Service Management: Delivering Constituent Services Better, Faster and Cheaper
Constituents’ needs and expectations are constantly changing and evolving, which is why governments are working hard to deliver citizen services faster and more effectively than ever before. Automation helps agencies modernize constituent service management and streamline workflows. But most full-scale service desk solutions remain too costly for many governments, especially at a time of severe budget constraints. Watch Now

A MASTER CLASS: How to Create a Resilient Government of Tomorrow
The topic of resilience is especially important as governments emerge from the pandemic only to find their needs have grown while their resources have become more limited. As they move forward, how will governments lay the proper foundation for their resilience needs and design the right strategy to ensure resilience? How will they implement this strategy? These are important questions this masterclass will help answer in five modules. Start the Class Now

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