In the event of disasters, government agencies must have ready infrastructure in place to ensure that services go on unhampered and citizens have access to services they need.
A rugged back-up infrastructure is needed that is equipped with efficient solutions that can ensure business continuity.
Visibility and security
Data security is a major concern at all aspects of governance.
Not only should infrastructure be designed to support critical operations, it must have robust monitoring and management framework for secure operations, intelligent notifications and alerts to enable immediate action in case of emergencies.
An agile core
With increased reliance on IT, high-density computing could become a concern. Governments need a strong IT backbone that provides agility, productivity, and efficiency to government operations.
Consolidation simplifies government operations through cross-agency platforms, eliminating operational redundancies.
A robust data center is also needed to support the increasing use of online applications to connect citizens and businesses.
Strengthening the government edge
A ‘smart’ city requires a ‘smart’ infrastructure that can support and manage multiple IT requirements from different high density environments. A traditional brick-and-mortar approach may no longer be enough.
Managing multiple, disparate IT infrastructure can be a challenge across different government agencies. Making sure that these are in sync and communicating effectively across different locations is paramount.
These agencies and sub-agencies would have varying levels of criticality, but would have the need for reliability and availability for their stakeholders as a common ground.
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