The importance of mission-critical applications to a business’s day-to-day operations is evident in the name. Yet what one company considers mission-critical will differ from another’s. No matter what you define as mission-critical for your organisation, there is one commonality across the board. And that is that downtime is not an option, meaning organisations need to prioritise the data integrity, performance and availability of these apps. To do this, they need a robust data storage solution to ensure business continuity and disaster recovery, but that doesn’t increase overall expenditure or create inefficiencies.
Greg Stanisci, the Senior Manager of Business Intelligence and Data Analytics at York Regional Police in Ontario, highlights how their 'Community Safety Data Portal' fosters transparency by empowering the community with accessible crime data and interactive tools for crime prevention and community engagement.
Suelyn Knight, Executive National Advisor for Race-Based Data Collection at the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, and Taylor Sayers, Director of Corporate Services at UCCM Anishnaabe Police, emphasize the importance of community welfare, engagement, and effective communication in modern policing. They highlight the need for police officers to be involved in community matters beyond law enforcement and the significance of leadership in fostering positive cultural changes within police organizations.
Aerometrex introduced the MetroMap platform in 2015 to deliver accurate high resolution multi epoch imagery. This provides organisations the right location information to empower them to solve their business problems more efficiently. MetroMap continues to evolve with the introduction of MetroMap Insights which enables organisations to leverage modern computing and analysis techniques to drive data driven decision making.
The ability to leverage data, analytics and big data in the healthcare space is revolutionary. The opportunity to quickly analyse accurate data enables decision-makers to make choices regarding treatment, predict the path of large-scale health events, and plan long-term. This has never been more important than over the last three-odd years. Read on to learn more about the opportunities of big data, analytics and automation in the healthcare space.
CIOs and CTOs are tasked with finding an operational sweet spot when it comes to meeting the IT demands of their organisations, and in the public sector, where limited funding, legacy processes and the requirement to support the entire population, a number of challenges exist. Emerging as an opportunity to drive efficiencies are hybrid IT solutions and Cloud computing, which is on the agenda for public sector organisations to enable mobility for in-field operations, and turbocharge digital culture transformation programs to improve citizen engagement and experience. While Cloud computing has existed in the private sector for many years now, and …