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Smart Governments and Smart Cities Need Smart Security

Smart Governments and Smart Cities Need Smart Security

Twenty years ago, government agencies began to leverage the Internet to share information with their constituents more easily, and over time developed digital platforms to deliver services, whether the ability to pay taxes or traffic tickets online, and to generally make interactions more convenient and cost-effective.

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Secure Government Networking Starts With Fully Secure Private Networks: How Software Defined Programmable Networks Reduce Risk and Improve Resilience

Secure Government Networking Starts With Fully Secure Private Networks: How Software Defined Programmable Networks Reduce Risk and Improve Resilience

Data integrity is a core value for IT teams keeping state, local and federal government agencies connected and operating. Digital transformation provides an opportunity for our government agencies to connect with a larger population of employees, contractors and citizens, but are the new network technologies ready? Are they secure enough to meet the data integrity standards required?

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In Smart Cities, 5G Software-Defined Architectures Change the Game — Part 1

In Smart Cities, 5G Software-Defined Architectures Change the Game — Part 1

Legacy mobile networks have, since their inception, relied upon closed hardware-based architectures from edge to the core. Given the rapid advancement of open, virtualized and software-defined networking technologies, service providers are now able to develop and roll out new services within weeks or months, not years, and with far less upfront CapEx risk, and more sustainable, flexible and “future-proof” environments.

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