In this webcast, subject matter expert Bert Scalzo, chief architect at HGST, will shed light on the numerous flash-based architecture alternatives currently available to data center managers and Oracle DBAs—from the most basic non-RAC flash alternatives to truly disruptive technologies.
Sponsored By HGST
The most important work in cybersecurity occurs before an attack begins. Agencies will not be prepared to contain or mitigate an attack if they do not have a thorough understanding of the networks and systems involved and the risks entailed. In short, agencies need to conduct business impact assessments. In this webcast, Willie Crenshaw, Jr., the Service Executive for Governance Risk and Compliance at NASA, will discuss best practices for applying risk management to cybersecurity.
Sponsored By Riverbed Technology
Learn more about the enterprise-class hybrid cloud service that offers federal agencies the freedom to run new and existing applications in the cloud with the assurance of FedRAMP security standards.
Sponsored By Carpathia, VMware, Carahsoft
Simply complying with regulations is no longer enough. In this webcast, learn ways to build a more proactive risk management framework. Speaker Chris Sellards MS, CISSP-ISSAP serves as Chief, Cyber Security for the US Army Southern Regional Medical Command.
Sponsored By EiQ Networks
In a high operations tempo environment, your government agency is still manually transferring mission critical SharePoint content between high and low networks. Discover an operational leap forward in solving the high and low network information gap.
Sponsored By Metalogix
Organizations and intelligence agencies from a variety of industries and sectors face the same challenges when it comes to big data – the need to uncover actionable insights, with limited resources, with critical speed. But with the right intelligence solution, overwhelming data won’t be a challenge, rather, it becomes your resource to smarter, more effective decision making. Join this webcast to learn how you can quickly unlock the valuable insights hidden in your data.
Sponsored By IBM
Today, agencies often make one of two mistakes when considering cloud security. Either they over simplify their requirements because they do not recognize the potential risks associated with the information they are managing, or they over complicate their requirements assuming that their data requires the highest level of protection. Both approaches can lead to problems, but there is a better option.
Sponsored By Carpathia, VMware
When it comes to health data, the more people who can access it the more valuable it is. That is why the cloud is so important. Health organizations are leveraging cloud technology and related tools to give researchers an unprecedented ability to access and mine health data. This webcast will provide government health agencies with new ideas for taking full advantage of the cloud.
Discover how automated compliance solutions are helping agencies reduce the time and resources required to achieve and maintain compliance with federal standards such as FISMA, FedRAMP and HIPAA by up to 50%.
Sponsored By Carpathia
Cybersecurity must address the mission needs of the entire organization, from information assurance, network and systems security, and counterintelligence, as well as the oversight functions of inspectors general and legal entities. This webcast will explain how to develop a holistic approach that meets the full spectrum of needs while improving the manageability and cost-effectiveness of cybersecurity operation.
Sponsored By AccessData Group
When it comes to cloud solutions, agencies need options. Although a public cloud offering might make sense in some cases, it is not feasible in cases in which security and privacy are a concern. In this webcast, a panel of cloud security specialists from government and industry will discuss strategies and emerging solutions for developing a sound cloud-based approach to managing their applications and data.
Sponsored By Carpathia, EMC
Demand for online collaboration tools and services throughout the public sector is skyrocketing – and for good reason. Enabling government employees to collaborate with their colleagues, coworkers, suppliers and stakeholders both within and outside government promises to boost efficiency and foment the frictionless flow of knowledge. Numerous government agencies are getting serious about collaboration because each sees opportunities to improve information sharing and productivity, support real-time communications during crises and reduce the money spent on large in-person meetings or conferences.
Sponsored By Huddle