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Cloud First: Which Cloud Deployment Model Works Best for Federal?: Whitepaper

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.

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Keep up with Data Demands: Whitepaper

Government agencies are becoming increasingly dependent on using analytics to detect fraud, enhance cyber security and improve business operations. As these government agencies gather more and more data, their existing infrastructures can't keep up with demands. Download this article find out this problem can be addressed.


Mobility and Security: On the Cutting Edge: Whitepaper

Every year, more federal employees use mobile devices to collaborate with coworkers, engage with citizens, collect and transmit data, and remain productive while out of the office. According to Mobile Work Exchange, 90 percent of government employees use mobile devices today, and that number is expected to rise even further over time. With the increased use of mobile devices, agencies need to increase their security measures. Download this article find out how your agency can maintain high mobility while maintaining a high level of security.


Guide to Selecting Flash for Virtual Environments: Whitepaper

Performance and user experience concerns have prevented certain enterprise applications from being virtualized. The high performance and low latency of flash can enable these applications to be virtualized. In order to maximize your return on flash investment however the total number of Virtual Machines per physical server must increase dramatically.