By Ranggi R.
Published on August 04, 2023
Public sector is one of the sectors that need digital asset protection the most, if not the most needed sector for it. This kind of sector includes several things. It is composed of public services and state-owned enterprises (SOEs).
Public transportation, public education, and health care are some of the public services which can be found in everyday life. Other services are intended to undertake tasks with a high level of urgency, such as fire department, military, and police.
SOE is an entity that is established by the government in order to provide products and earn profit from them. In other words, the government has majority ownership of BUMN which are spread throughout the country.
When Government Goes Digital
Just like other sectors, the public sector also has a concern for digital transformation, since it has become a common goal. Digital transformation by the public sector means fast, to increase engagement and cut costs.
And also like many entities, a public body has digital assets as well. What makes a public body’s digital assets different is that the organization does not only own its own digital assets.
It also owns digital assets that belong to everyone.
It was then that an innovative approach was considered a primary need by the public sector. In terms of data protection, an innovative way to secure it is to use Digital Asset Management (DAM).
Just like fire department, military, and police, there must be a guardian for digital assets and data, because it also has a high level of urgency. Thus, cloud-based DAM is that guardian.
It proves that even the public sector moves all data and digital assets to cloud-based DAM. When the government runs an entity and it decides to rely on something, that means that thing has guaranteed its users, in this case, cloud computing and DAM.
Healthcare Also Transforms
Digital transformation ultimately provides improvements in all fields he is involved in, including the health sector.
In recent years, there has been a beginning of a change in the healthcare world digitally. Health systems are using digital to transform health care.
This industry starts to move to cloud computing and cloud-based Digital Asset Management (DAM) becomes the main choice. Traditional ways in this industry have been replaced by digital strategies.
With the large number of patients that need to be treated every day, the healthcare industry collects and manages large amounts of sensitive data.
By relying on a cloud-based DAM, healthcare can have patient health information and protect the confidentiality of patients, making healthcare providers can keep their customers guaranteed, engaged, and happy.
It is obviously a smart move to put all data and digital assets in a cloud environment for any healthcare provider. Its fast access and availability make accessing patient information easier at the right time.
Data integrations also make it easier for updating test results, which leads to immediate treatment which patients will get. What makes it better is that all these advantages cost less, making organizations enjoy better cost control.
Sooner or later, every sector will transform itself.
For everyone who runs a business, it is not too late to implement digital transformation. Otherwise, it will be difficult to manage it all.
If a country runs a government with the help of digital transformation, why don’t you?