Doing More With Less: Delivering Services Efficiently
Published on 11 Aug 202203:06 PM by
AgataWlodarczyk| Updated on 11 Aug 202203:12 PM
There's no easy way to say this: Agencies can't keep up with their own technology advances. IT is so critical to how agencies manage their operations and deliver services, yet their staffing and other resources are perpetually constrained. It's simply not possible to ask the staff to manage all that complexity.
Instead, governments must rely on technology to deliver services in the most efficient ways possible. One way is to use artificial intelligence to automate IT operations (AIOps). This works by enabling IT teams to effectively manage complex environments without piling on new tasks or training – and allowing them to focus on higher-value work.
Join us online Wednesday, Aug. 31 from 2-2:45 p.m. ET to hear from government and industry experts as they walk through how AIOps allows agencies to do more with current capabilities, while speeding response times, reducing redundant work and multiplying productivity.
Specifically, you’ll learn:
About the complex environments that allow for digital transformation, and how governments can best navigate through these changes. The biggest pain points that are preventing agencies from adopting AI. From government and industry leaders about their best practices and steps to bring more observability into these complex environments.
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Howard Spira, Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer, Information Management and Technology, Export-Import Bank of the United States Willie Hicks, Public Sector Chief Technologist, Dynatrace