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SECURING WHILE INNOVATING [OG PARTNER]

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Government innovation has truly taken off in the past few years. Every where you look, it seems like a new technology is popping up or taking place, from improvements in cloud computing, to drones, to cognitive governance, to the Internet of Things. There’s a lot that’s changing, to put it mildly. But despite the myriad innovations that are happening and all the change that is taking place in government, one thing has remained a constant: the need for better security.Government innovation has truly taken off in the past few years. Every where you look, it seems like a new technology is popping up or taking place, from improvements in cloud computing, to drones, to cognitive governance, to the Internet of Things. There’s a lot that’s changing, to put it mildly. But despite the myriad innovations that are happening and all the change that is taking place in government, one thing has remained a constant: the need for better security. To understand how government can continue to innovate while staying secure, GovLoop sat down with.....

Government innovation has truly taken off in the past few years. Every where you look, it seems like a new technology is popping up or taking place, from improvements in cloud computing, to drones, to cognitive governance, to the Internet of Things. There’s a lot that’s changing, to put it mildly.

But despite the myriad innovations that are happening and all the change that is taking place in government, one thing has remained a constant: the need for better security. To understand how government can continue to innovate while staying secure......

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Government innovation has truly taken off in the past few years. Every where you look, it seems like a new technology is popping up or taking place, from improvements in cloud computing, to drones, to cognitive governance, to the Internet of Things. There’s a lot that’s changing, to put it mildly.Government innovation has truly taken off in the past few years. Every where you look, it seems like a new technology is popping up or taking place, from improvements in cloud computing, to drones, to cognitive governance, to the Internet of Things. There’s a lot that’s changing, to put it mildly. But despite the myriad innovations that are happening and all the change that is taking place in government, one thing has remained a constant: the need for better security. To understand how government can continue to innovate while staying secure, GovLoop sat down with David Egts, Chief Technologist, North America Public Sector, Red Hat. “Red Hat sees security as incredibly important because you can’t innovate properly without knowing......

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