As interest in cloud computing continues to gain momentum,there is increasing confusion about what cloud computing represents. Without a common, defined vocabulary and a standardized frame of reference, organizations cannot have acogent discussion about cloud computing.
Sponsored By IBM
Gain a comprehensive understanding of your applications and mainframe environment – locate dead or duplicative code to reduce unnecessary processing cycles, create more efficient applications, increase operational performance and set priorities for managing the portfolio of applications that will result in significant cost savings – often in year one.
Sponsored By Micro Focus
Read Forrester’s recent study of the use of personal devices for work purposes within government agencies. Learn what it discovered about use, policy and security concerns and gain a valuable starting point for embarking on the journey toward BYOD.
Sponsored By Cisco
Depending on how it’s viewed, big data presents either an enormous headache, or an amazing opportunity. The ability to sift through massive amounts of structured and unstructured data to reveal useful facts in real-time may help government organizations make better decisions that streamline operations and refine constituent services. Download to learn more.
Sponsored By NetApp, CDW-G
Social media has become the de-facto medium for humans to communicate about events as they are occurring. Whether it’s a natural disaster such as a tornado or earthquake, a social movement such as the Arab Spring or Occupy Wall Street, or a popular event such as a concert or the Olympics, social media has become the mainstream method for all people involved to share their thoughts with each other.
Sponsored By Topsy Labs
Government agencies confront an increasingly hazardous IT security environment.Continuous monitoring will enable agencies to determine their own security health and compare it to other agencies so they can most cost-effectively apply their resources towards identifying and repairing their security gaps and vulnerabilities. Download this complimentary whitepaper to learn more about FISMA 2.0 and continuous monitoring for your government agency.
Sponsored By Q1 Labs
With BYOD trends on the rise, many agencies are building policies and procedures to accommodate mobility within their organizations. Therefore, agencies must now consider various components of their network infrastructure to be adequately prepared for the inherent burdens additional mobile devices will demand.
Sponsored By LTI DataComm
As more and more government departments allow or even encourage employees to use mobile devices to perform their jobs in or out of the office, everyone involved is beginning to see just how beneficial they are. Not only do mobile devices increase employees’ productivity and effectiveness, but they further enable telework and increase employee satisfaction. What are the security challenges and solutions related with this technology? Read to find out.
Sponsored By Verizon Wireless
The 2011 Cloud First initiative has lead federal agencies to seek out cloud services. This white paper examines the key benefits of migrating to the cloud and the pros and cons of cloud deployment models available to government agencies, including private, community, public and hybrid clouds.
Sponsored By Carpathia
The pressure is on for federal agencies to take data security to the next level. The complexity of data today — data stored in various places, some of it unstructured and some barely touched in the past decade — makes meeting security mandates challenging. Download this whitepaper to learn about the key issues surrounding secure data, along with best practices and tools that can help further their goals.
Sponsored By Carpathia
It’s every CIO’s dilemma: bandwidth requirements ebb and flow throughout the month and there are certain times when network traffic increases and certain times when it decreases. For most agencies, this means there are days or even weeks when they are using all of the bandwidth that they have available. However, there may be just as many instances when reduced network demand means there’s excess capacity. That’s money going down the drain!
Sponsored By CenturyLink
While healthcare remains a contentious political issue, the need for a robust health IT infrastructure has become increasingly evident. One veteran of the industry explains the importance of health IT to the delivery of healthcare services, what emerging issues could have the most impact, and how technologies such as cloud, Big Data and mobile will affect the development of healthcare.
Sponsored By Northrop Grumman