Data, Business and Government

January 19, 2020

The private sector has used large-scale data analytics to great effect, boosting economic growth. But there are valid concerns that warrant regulation. How do you strike a balance?

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City of Cambridge

Cambridge is a city in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, United States, in the Greater Boston area. It was named in honor of the University of Cambridge in England, a nexus of the Puritan theology embraced by the town's founders. Notably, Cambridge is home to two internationally prominent universities, Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. According to a 2008 census estimate the city population was 105,594. It is the fourth most populous city in the state, behind Boston, Worcester, and Springfield. Cambridge is one of the two county seats of Middlesex County (Lowell is the other).

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UC and Collaboration in the Cloud: 4 Benefits for Local Government

Infographic | March 2, 2020

Local governments face the challenge of improving citizen interactions, collaborating better with colleagues and achieving greater efficiency, all whilst meeting the demands of shrinking budgets. But how exactly do you transform yourselves for the digital age and respond to these pressures at the same time? Adopting a cloud-hosted Unified Communications (UC) solution can help local government organisations meet the increasing expectations of the community that it serves whilst managing costs.

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AI in the Government

Infographic | December 16, 2019

AI technologies have the ability to transform and influence the lives of many people. AI transform the way we work, interact with each other and travel between locations. Because of this, governments around the world are seeing AI as a strategic advantage. In this infographic Cognilytica explores various ways that governments are adopting AI from the strategy and investment level all the way down to practical implementations.

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Cybersecurity and IoT: What Government Should Know

Infographic | March 25, 2020

There are 20.4 billion “things” – devices, sensors, buildings, vehicles and more – projected to be connected to the internet by 2020. At the same time, government agencies are a growing target for cyberattacks. This begs the question: Is government prepared to protect the deluge of data that comes with the Internet of Things (IoT)? Download this infographic to learn more about the impact of IoT and best practices to prepare for it.

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Securing Your Government Data in the Cloud

Infographic | February 12, 2020

It’s no surprise that you have concerns about the privacy and security of your sensitive Intellectual Property (IP) in the cloud. In 2018, more data was stolen than ever before, with a total of 4.5 billion records compromised in the first half of the year alone.

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Government Change Management to Improve Outcomes

Infographic | December 18, 2019

To better understand change management initiatives in government, Genesys partnered with GovLoop and surveyed 312 public sector employees. The following infographic explores the results of the survey and uncovers the effectiveness of a solid change management program.

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AI use cases in Government

Infographic | January 23, 2020

AI technologies have the ability to transform and influence the lives of many people. Because of this, governments around the world are seeing AI as a strategic advantage. From AI enabled chatbots to help citizens with a variety of services, to helping automate repetitive tasks and processes, easing traffic, or helping manage exports AI is helping government and citizens in a variety of ways.

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Spotlight

City of Cambridge

Cambridge is a city in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, United States, in the Greater Boston area. It was named in honor of the University of Cambridge in England, a nexus of the Puritan theology embraced by the town's founders. Notably, Cambridge is home to two internationally prominent universities, Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. According to a 2008 census estimate the city population was 105,594. It is the fourth most populous city in the state, behind Boston, Worcester, and Springfield. Cambridge is one of the two county seats of Middlesex County (Lowell is the other).

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