OpenGov Asia is pleased to invite you to an exclusive OpenGovLive! Virtual Breakfast Insight aimed at imparting knowledge on exploring new ways to protect data, prevent ransomware, offer data mobility, drive innovation for smart outcomes, and empower decision-makers.
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Do you have nightmares about on-premise data centre failure? What if your backup failed to restore? What if your disaster recovery turned out to not be what you expected?
Situational awareness has never been more important in data protection than today. As the world works together to try to contain COVID-19, the public sector has been actively strengthening its data resiliency to ensure that data entrusted to the Government is handled and protected with utmost care.
The current pandemic has demonstrated just how vital data resiliency is for government agencies. Citizens expect that their government will always be there for them.
They expect that in case of any critical event, citizen services will be kept up and running or at least turned back on quickly.
Do you have the confidence in your IT infrastructure to be able to do so?
Whether it is a natural disaster or a cyberattack, government agencies need the resiliency to bounce back quickly. So, what can you do now to prepare for the worst?
A data resilient environment is key to addressing data protection challenges in the public sector. Data resiliency is your data ecosystem’s ability to manage unexpected disruptions.
Governments can start their data resiliency journey by leveraging cloud-based infrastructure and tools. The cloud has a wide-array of Platform-as-a-Service and Infrastructure-as-a-Service offerings to enable organisations to be more data resilient in all aspects of their digital ecosystem.
A strong hybrid cloud strategy, supported by Cloud Data Management, provides flexibility to agencies as demands, needs and data deployment requirements shift. At the heart of Cloud Data Management is the foundation necessary to help simplify cloud adoption and utilise the power of the cloud for rapid modernisation.
Governments that have established a high level of data resiliency are better able to adapt to the new realities of COVID-19 and be in a stronger position to continue business operations.
Public sector agencies should have recovery plans which are focused on the quick rebuilding of mission-critical business applications and restoration of data.
The cost and risk of migration, protection, storage, and even consistent licensing across clouds can ramp up if you do not have the right solution.
Governments need Cloud Data Management to provide portability, protection, and restoration of workloads across any cloud or platform, including intuitive guidance on how to best store and archive protected data using the scale options that the cloud provides.
Protecting data and making sure that recovery is available in the event of a disaster are basic to any organisation, including the public sector. Governments need to have a comprehensive solution that automates operational procedures, making data recovery, and management agnostic of location.
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It is a meaningful online event to connect with the different participants from across the region to discuss the digitalisation challenges each organisation is facing
Smart Nation Digital Government Office
A well-organised compact event for us to better understand the challenges faced by fellow professionals in the region in this hard times
National Environment Agency
It is such a great discussion! I get lots of information from the other perspectives. It is always really nice to get involve in discussion
Ministry of Communication and Information Technology
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