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August 6, 2020

Top IT Considerations for Agencies Moving to Remote Work

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Amid a major move to remote work, cloud-based solutions can help state and local governments accommodate their newly remote workforces while accelerating digital transformation. But, for government entities that are riddled with legacy systems and outdated technology stacks, that migration is often plagued with risk. One market-leading suite of products aims to change that, and could even help agencies prepare for when the next disaster strikes.