U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) oversees lawful immigration to the United States and became an early cloud adopter among federal agencies. In 2014, the agency began moving some workloads out of two legacy, on-premises data centers and into the cloud with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to overcome delays in infrastructure delivery and speed application development
The growing COVID-19 pandemic made robust virtual care a necessity for the U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) and its more than 87,000 active personnel. In October 2020, the USCG met this critical need, operationalizing its Coast Guard Care Anywhere telehealth initiative with the deployment of the ViiMed enterprise virtual care platform.
Cloud migration is an obvious path for most businesses today, but that was not entirely the case five years ago. In the wake of a fresh batch of Federal regulations, many agencies scrambled to close data centers and struggled to better understand how to integrate cloud computing into their business models.
Years ago, Orlando, Fla. was faced with an aging email system that was no longer maintained by the vendor, and the in-house efforts to maintain the system were becoming cumbersome and costly. As Orlanda began looking at alternatives, the city selected Google Apps and Google Positini Services, which offered new features and cost savings.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) legacy email and calendar system were getting in the way of dispersing information internally, and more importantly, to citizens. To remedy this issue, NOAA partnered with Google to implement a reliable and scalable cloud solution.
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