Today’s state and local governments are continually called on to do more with less. Not only must they strive to satisfy an increasingly demanding constituency that expects services to be always-on and delivered in real time, but they must do so in the face of a reduced staff and budget. In addition, government CIOs must increase performance, ensure security and provide a flexible environment that allows for rapid changes in application development.
Hybrid IT solutions can transform how government operates, solving critical problems while meeting the requirements to satisfy both the mission of delivering quality service and staying within budget. As an expert hybrid cloud solutions provider, OneNeck® IT Solutions is committed to helping our customers connect with citizens in a seamless manner, foster mobility, govern more agilely and efficiently all while improving transparency, performance and governance.
Azure Government is a government-only cloud you can trust, exclusively for U.S. federal, state, local and tribal government agencies and their partners. Public sector entities receive a physically isolated instance of Microsoft Azure that employs world-class security and compliance services critical to U.S. government for all systems and applications built on its architecture.
In recent years, cybersecurity has become the number one priority for state and local government CIOs. Achieving and maintaining cybersecurity is an ongoing and necessary imperative.
All organizations must rethink their security practices and ensure that they are following a holistic strategy throughout the enterprise to secure sensitive data.
City expects to save $3 Million annually with OneNeck
When the City of Minneapolis made the decision to leverage a hybrid IT solution to meet their needs, they partnered with OneNeck to make it happen.
“We did several studies and looked around at our options. There really weren’t any other data centers that offered the same level of security and reliability as the OneNeck data center in Bend. No one else could touch the capacity and redundancy built into the OneNeck facility.”