Sep 1, 2015 /

Break Through Content Barriers in Government

Creative teams in government agencies are under the same pressure as those in the private space to produce quality content efficiently. And that pressure is significant; creative professionals’ greatest concern is the need to produce more content faster. Timeliness and accuracy are even more important for government teams; a production delay or content error in the private sector can cost money, but a delay or error in the government sector can impact the lives of the public at large.

Aug 19, 2015 /

The 2015 Celebrating Creativity in the Public Sector Awards

‘Creative’ isn’t often the first word that comes to mind when people consider government services. Yet with private sector organizations implementing the best of modern digital communications tools, public sector organizations have had to adapt to keep pace with citizens’ expectations.

Aug 11, 2015 /

Top 5 Things You Should Know About FedRAMP℠ and Adobe’s Cloud Services for Government

In July, Adobe Experience Manager and Connect Managed Services received FedRAMP Authorization for its Cloud Services for Government. The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) granted Adobe an Authority to Operate (ATO) for these specific cloud services run by Adobe Managed Services.

Aug 11, 2015 /

The Consumerization of Government Era: Why FedRAMP℠ Can Help the Public Sector Stay One Step Ahead

Today, the consumerization of government era is in full swing. With more people getting content and information on their mobile devices and more consumer services moving to the cloud, there is a clear demand on government to make its services available via the cloud and on mobile platforms.

May 15, 2015 /

Why “Box Huggers” Need to Embrace the Cloud

A report published on Monday by The Congressional Cloud Computing Caucus Advisory Group found that nearly half of government IT leaders and key technology decision-makers are still “uncomfortable” turning over IT to the cloud.

May 5, 2015 /

Top 5 Reasons for Government to use Acrobat DC and the Adobe Document Cloud

Enterprises, Businesses and Government agencies are starting to transform their document-based processes around these principles as the demand for design-driven, customer-centric experiences is at an all-time high. Their progress, however, is seemingly not keeping pace with demand.