The stress which government agencies and public organizations need to manage is a bit different than the private sector’s.

While the private companies are in well-known waters of utility, costs & benefits or just plain-old competition; public sector needs to keep up with increasing demand from all sides, while staying within tight budgets.

It’s clear that most of the everyday technology depends on research & development originally conducted in military and/or law enforcement. They always need to stay ahead. In today’s world, where everything depends on some form of data, they need to be able to gather, generate, store and analyze more data than anyone out there. Whether it’s a CCTV system for a large campus, or city-wide traffic monitoring, the common denominator is the need to store large amounts of data in a reliable and scalable way.

Municipal services like transportation, sanitation or infrastructure need to adopt lots of new technologies to handle the growing needs of their modern residents while optimizing their operations. From digitizing the required paperwork of everyday services, to automating the routines like collecting fees, to managing applications in call centers; organizations of today depend heavily on data. And considering the various regulations they need to be compliant while storing that data, IT departments need all the help they can get.

Healthcare has already gone through a major transformation in the last decade. Keeping everything on paper and moving them around already looks like ancient history. From test results to visits to medical images, everything is digitized now and ready to be shared with the next practitioner. But all this convenience has brought a lot of questions for IT teams to deal with. How to securely store and share all this data? How to deal with retention? How to protect against ransomware? And, how to keep all these new systems up and running?

Since most of the government data is required to be stored within the same country, on-premise and optionally hybrid nature of Wise Cluster O3 helps you stay within the regulations pretty easily. You can configure some data to stay within possibly several locations around the country, and others to be copied to public clouds automatically.

Elastic nature of Wise Cluster O3 frees you from the worries of predicting your required size 5 years in advance and so that you can start small and add more as you go. Even after years when you need to renew your infrastructure, it’s possible to do it increments and without any forklift upgrades or downtime.

Built-in data enhancing features of Wise Cluster O3 helps you achieve your goals while staying in the same environment. Object locking provides automatic protection against ransomware. Lifecycle rules solve your entire data-retention problem in just a few steps. And much more, using a single cluster and an easy to use management suite.

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