Cloud Computing

Cloud Computing for the Public Sector

Cloud Computing for the Public Sector

Helping the public sector deliver more services, more efficiently to more citizens

Cloud Computing Many public sector organizations are shifting from traditional on-premises software installations to cloud-based installations. So what is all the fuss about the cloud? Users and vendors alike confuse the conversation by using the term "cloud" in different ways.

Cloud computing is the use of computing resources (hardware and software) that are delivered as a service over a network (typically the Internet). Simply put, it is another choice for delivering the software you use to manage your data.

Tyler offers proven cloud-based options for virtually all of our products, and remains committed to offering the most effective and efficient software delivery methods to our clients, whether online or on site. Your needs drive Tyler's IT architecture, not the other way around.

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Watch the Kentucky Department of Education Migrate to "The Cloud"


Watch the video and learn how the Kentucky Department of Education migrated to "The Cloud."

Cloud Computing Isn't a New Idea
The centralized hosting of business applications dates back to the 1960s. Service bureaus emerged from this concept, often running a host of programs such as accounting and payroll for small organizations. In fact, Tyler's ERP | Financial division got its start as a service bureau in the early 1960s.

Cloud Computing Isn't New to Tyler
Tyler began offering cloud-related services in 2000, hosting software and client data in our data center and providing access to clients on a subscription basis. Tyler took the best features and functionality of cloud computing to develop a cloud-based offering designed specifically for the unique needs of the public sector.

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