Legacy government networks often are managed and maintained using manual methods such as off-line planning tools, spreadsheets, custom code, and software at or near their end of life. As a result, agencies are experiencing more network outages. To learn more about the status of network modernization in government, GovLoop partnered with Ciena to survey the landscape. The results provide a lot of food for thought, not only about what agencies want in a modern network, but also what they value most. In this report, you’ll hear from a Ciena expert about what agencies can do to improve their networks to make them more adaptive, responsive, and secure.
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