The Federal Government faces significant challenges in the face of budget constraints limiting important investments in new technology. This paper addresses how cloud computing services offer value in solving many of these challenges.
Sponsored By IBM
To assist federal agencies with CyberScope reporting and the transition to Continuous Diagnostics and Monitoring programs, IBM Endpoint Manager provides insight and control for endpoints with streamlined, automated capabilities for real-time monitoring and remediation of security risks.
Sponsored By IBM
Cloud computing has gone from being the stuff of science fiction to a very real and highly sought-after solution. Its benefits are widely known, but so are its challenges. Download this digital dialogue to learn how to achieve a secure hybrid cloud solution for your organization.
Sponsored By Carpathia, EMC
Conventional methods for mitigating cyber-attacks are no longer sufficient. Big data analytics — along with an advanced, more strategic approach to network security — is needed to disrupt adversary tools and techniques, and render them ineffective.
Sponsored By Teradata
Knowledge, they say, is power. This is especially true in cybersecurity. Companies that wish to protect the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of their systems and data must remain constantly vigilant against an ever-expanding array of threats. Unfortunately, while the body of known threats expands greatly every day, it remains paradoxically dwarfed by threats that have yet to be discovered. Download this whitepaper to learn further insights into threat data capabilities and solutions.
Sponsored By AT&T
Government customers are in need of a secure, compliant enterprise-class hybrid cloud service. Download this informative guide to learn an inside-out approach for extending your agency’s data center to the cloud.
Sponsored By VMware
Health information technology is the right prescription for a health care system that is struggling to manage huge troves of health-related data and provide better and more affordable services to patients. Although the path to implementing electronic health records and achieving meaningful use has not been without some rough patches, speakers at a September 17th health IT conference in Washington, D.C., agreed that short-term pain is worth the long term-gain. Download this executive summary of the event to learn more.
Sponsored By Ciena
It’s been a long time coming, but there is finally a revolution in storage that is breaking through performance barriers and allowing agencies to realize greater benefit from their growing data stores. The revolution is the all-flash storage array—solid state systems that use multiple flash memory drives instead of spinning hard disk drives. Read this informative whitepaper to learn why organizations are moving toward flash storage and the benefits this technology offers.
Sponsored By Pure Storage
Ensure network performance for your business-critical applications in private data centers, public clouds, and employee-owned mobile devices with complete application-level visibility across the entire environment.
Sponsored By Riverbed Technology, Inc.
Read this whitepaper to learn how big data and mobile adoption creates new challenges for developers and what emerging best practices offer a guide for creating compelling, high-scale data-driven apps and solutions.
Sponsored By Actuate
There are many areas that government agencies should consider when working to improve mobility infrastructure and strategy. In the year 2016, the use of BYOD in government is expected to climb to 74 percent as agencies work to take advantage of this phenomenon. Based on the analysis of results from a new survey conducted by FCW and Beacon Technology Partners, here are some best practices that may help agencies achieve their mobility goals.
Sponsored By AT&T
If your agency still relies on Windows Server 2003, the time to think about migrating is now. Waiting is dangerous; Microsoft will stop supporting the operating system in July of 2015, and the company estimates that an average Windows Server migration takes at least 200 days to complete. Yet according to a survey by HP and Microsoft, 60 percent of impacted customers don’t have a plan for migration. Download this informative whitepaper to learn how to best plan and prepare for your migration.
Sponsored By GovConnection, HP, Intel