Across the federal government, agencies are struggling to find areas to find ways to live with increasingly constrained budgets. In this environment, it is more important than ever to give managers visibility into their key IT investments – both to ensure the effective management of major programs and to support strategic investment decision making. In this webcast, a federal thought-leader in portfolio management will share insights into how to develop an effective portfolio management discipline.
For many organizations, the potential of Big Data remains untapped because their most valuable data remains spread across multiple systems and silos. Their challenge is to identify the data they have on hand -- and to determine how to mine it for information that can help them improve their operations or advance their mission. In this webcast, a federal thought leader in Big Data will provide insights into what agencies can do to make the promise of Big Data a reality.
Terrorism and insurgency continue to challenge our national and global security, but at the same time, the organizations fighting these threats continue to face tighter budgets and reduced personnel. How can defense and security organizations continue to protect the nation threats with fewer resources? Join this webinar to find out about the innovative technology solutions that enable more effective protection while increasing ROI.
The Presidential Directive on Managing Government Records requires federal agencies to make significant changes to records management programs over the next 6 years. In addition to the Presidential Directive, other drivers (E.g. Footprint Freeze, FOIA, and Sequestration) further influence the need to transform records management now. In this webcast, Iron Mountain will present the Iron Mountain® Federal Information Asset Framework; a roadmap with the purpose of helping federal agencies navigate today’s challenging federal landscape and modernize records management.
Note that this webcast, originally scheduled for 10/17 from 2:00-3:00 PM EDT, has been rescheduled for 12/05, from 2:00-3:00 PM EST.
Suspects leave larger and larger digital footprints that greatly aid criminal investigators in identifying illegal activities. Agencies are regularly acquiring terabytes of electronic media and trucks full of hard copy and audio tapes. Thoroughly reviewing this content has proven to be impossible within the timeframes required. Agencies need a force multiplier for law enforcement with the ability to address the challenges of data volume and complexity to identify illicit activity. Investigators must be able to review pertinent information.