• Create a Constituent Conversation

    In this GCN article, Patrick Smith, CEO of EnvolveMEDIA, explains how truly engaging citizens require an active and continuing dialog in order for government agencies to create a more engaged citizenry.

    • Adobe, Citizen Engagement, Adobe Connect
  • Federal Government Healthcare Agency Case Study

    This case study highlights how Pentaho helped a healthcare agency overcome its data management issues and produce meaningful information from its data sources.

    • Data Analytics, Pentaho
  • Why VMware for State and Local Government?

    View this vertical solution overview to learn why VMware solutions are the trusted software for state and local agencies.

    • Cloud computing, VMware
  • Strategic Customer Service

    In this GCN article, Natalie Fedie, Vice President of Customer Success at Granicus, discusses why citizen engagement should be at the heart of agencies' overall mission success.

    • Citizen Engagement, Granicus (formerly GovDelivery)
  • Government IT for the Mobile-Cloud Era

    This infographic highlights how a digital workspace can offer an innovative approach to working online and offline, across agencies and locations for government employees.

    • Cloud computing, VMware, Mobility
  • The DMV of the 21st Century Solution Profile

    Read this solution profile to learn how DMVs across the states are replacing their legacy systems with a suite of tools that help modernize and improve their business process.

    • Citizen Engagement, CA Technologies
  • GCN Report: Driving Mobile Momentum

    Download the full GCN Report: Driving Mobile Momentum to learn how government agencies can accelerate their plans to address lingering tech and policy issues to make enterprise mobility a reality.

    • Mobility, All
  • Vision to Reality: Autonomic and Cognitive Solutions

    This whitepaper outlines the benefits of IPsoft's autonomic and cognitive solutions. Learn how these solutions can transform your agency and make more efficient use of your human capital.

    • Citizen Engagement, IPsoft
  • How the right cyber intelligence can give agencies the upper hand

    This month’s Innovation in Government Report on Federal News Radio features, Tony Cole, vice president and global government chief technology officer for FireEye, talking to Jason Miller, Executive Editor at Federal News Radio, about how threat intelligence will help agencies mitigate risks by answering some basic questions about who the attackers are and what they are trying to do.

    • FireEye, Cybersecurity
  • The Agency Transition to Digital: Roll-Out or Revolution?

    This GCN article outlines how government agencies moving to a digital services culture is as much a philosophical shift as it is a technological transformation.

    • Citizen Engagement, All
  • Revolutionize Citizen Service

    In this GCN article, Kevin Paschuck, Chief Operating Officer and Senior Vice President of Public Sector and Aerospace and Defense Business Unit at Salesforce, explains how cloud technology helps agencies connect with the public in new and powerful ways.

    • Cloud computing, Salesforce
  • Conquering Modernization Challenges: Think Hybrid

    In this WTOP radio spot, Cameron Chehreh, Chief Technology Officer and Vice President at Dell EMC, discusses how agencies need to think about cloud computing differently than in the past.

    • Cloud computing, Dell EMC
  • Maximize Agility, Minimize Risk in the Multi-Vendor Hybrid Cloud

    This presentation outlines how you can embrace and accelerate your hybrid cloud future.

    • Cloud computing, Veritas
  • Building Data Analytics Into Your Applications

    In this WTOP radio spot, Monica McEwen, Public Sector Director for Qlik, explains why embedded analytics are essential to mobile applications.

    • Mobility, Big Data, Qlik
  • Data-Centric Security

    In this GCN article, Barry Leffew, Vice President of Public Sector at Adobe, discusses why agencies need agile, persistent security at the data-level.

    • Adobe, Enterprise Security